Teaching Fellow in Music Performance

Teaching Fellow in Music Performance

Friday, 26 November 2021, 5.00pm

The Reid School of Music at the University of Edinburgh wishes to appoint a Teaching Fellow in Music Performance who is active as a professional performer.

Candidates should hold a Master’s degree in music and considerable prior experience in teaching in Higher Education as well as a demonstrable interest in a research-led approach to music performance and performance theory. Applicants should demonstrate the ability to teach students specialising in European Art Music and, preferably, one or more other musical idioms, such as Popular Music, Jazz and/or Traditional Musics.

The post holder will deliver teaching across our suite of undergraduate performance courses, teaching mixed groups of instrumentalists and singers specialising in various idioms, including European Art Music, Jazz, Popular Music and Traditional Musics. The successful candidate will lead the course Performance 3 initially, before moving to lead other performance courses in future. The successful candidate is also expected to contribute to shared duties in relation to course administration, assessment and attendance at programme and subject area-level meetings. The post is located in the Reid School of Music in the Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh, and the post holder may be required to teach on campus as well as online.

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