Artist in Residence and University Organist
The Wesleyan University Music Department seeks a highly creative performer and scholar with a primary background in organ performance.
Responsibilities include teaching organ, teaching other topics related to the candidate’s area of expertise, regular performances, and supervising the university organs and historical keyboards.
Interests that cross disciplinary boundaries, and challenge and expand upon canonical and global thinking, are welcome. This is a three-year appointment for a three-quarter-time position to begin July 1, 2019. The teaching load is three courses per year (2+1).
Additional responsibilities include creating and administering concerts, and supervising tutorials with undergraduate and graduate students.
There are no mandatory Sunday or ceremonial duties.
Courses given by the Music department range from introduction to music through graduate seminars, in a program that offers a strong undergraduate music major program, the M.A. in music, and the Ph.D. in ethnomusicology, all with a long-standing interest in performance and cultural studies. Particular areas of strength include: African American, American, African, East Asian, Southeast Asian, South Asian, and European musics from traditional, contemporary and experimental perspectives.
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Published on 23 October 2018