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Voice Teacher - St. Croix Preparatory Academy

Posted on 2019-02-10 9:54:21 PM

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To apply please submit resume and references to: tsmith@stcroixprep.org<mailto:tsmith@stcroixprep.org> St. Croix Preparatory Academy Voice Teacher Description Qualifications: * Bachelor&#8217;s Degree in Vocal Music Education or Vocal Performance required. * Experience teaching voice to high school-aged students preferred. Rate: Hourly; based on experience and education. Hours: * 13 to 18 hours a week. Expectations: * Instructor will be responsible for giving individual voice lessons to Upper School choir students. * Each student will receive one fifteen-minute voice lesson a week. * Instructor will teach students healthy tone production, aural and theory skills, and foreign language diction appropriate for choral singing. * Instructor will assist students in learning their choir music, as well as preparing for solo and ensemble contest, auditions, and honor choirs. * Instructor will be responsible for completing periodic voice tests with each student. * Instructor and choir director will collaborate to ensure that students are receiving consistent information between lessons and rehearsals.
To apply please submit resume and references to: tsmith@stcroixprep.org

St. Croix Preparatory Academy
Voice Teacher Description


Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Music Education or Vocal Performance required.
  • Experience teaching voice to high school-aged students preferred.

Rate: Hourly; based on experience and education.

Hours:
  • 13 to 18 hours a week.

Expectations:
  • Instructor will be responsible for giving individual voice lessons to Upper School choir students.
  • Each student will receive one fifteen-minute voice lesson a week.
  • Instructor will teach students healthy tone production, aural and theory skills,  and foreign language diction appropriate for choral singing.
  • Instructor will assist students in learning their choir music, as well as preparing for solo and ensemble contest, auditions, and honor choirs.
  • Instructor will be responsible for completing periodic voice tests with each student.
  • Instructor and choir director will collaborate to ensure that students are receiving consistent information between lessons and rehearsals.