Associate Professor in Piano
The appointee will be expected to make a significant contribution to the teaching, coordination and provision of the undergraduate and graduate music programs of the Conservatorium, maintain high level profiles in the areas of performance and research, and attract high quality students into the Bachelor of Music and Graduate programs, including the Research Higher Degree programs.
The appointee will have a Doctoral qualification in the field of piano performance, significant and comparable experience in the piano area, expertise to teach into all performance based subjects within the undergraduate and graduate curriculum and high level expertise in the major pianistic teaching practices of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The appointee is also expected to be a major solo performer and demonstrated leadership to the area of performance research including high level supervision of the research higher degree offerings in the area of piano performance and allied areas.
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Published on 22 May 2018