Saturday Programme Clarinet Coach

Saturday Programme Clarinet Coach

Friday, 8 November 2019, 10.00am

HMDT Music seeks an experienced musician and teacher to teach clarinet for its Saturday Programme. Based in Hackney, our Saturday Programme enriches the lives of young people through high quality, exciting music education and opportunities. The Instrumental strand of the Programme offers students ages 5 upwards, an extensive curriculum including group and individual instrumental tuition, singing, musicianship, ensembles, as well as orchestra and choirs. Its staff are all experienced and dynamic musicians and coaches able to foster an appreciation of a wide variety of musical genres and opportunities.

The successful candidate will teach clarinet from beginners to grade 8 in both small group and individual lessons, and a multi-instrumental chamber ensemble, as well as co-leading a Recorder and General Musicianship class for students in year 1. Instrumental lessons and ensembles incorporate general musicianship including some basic theory, historical context and improvisation skills. You should be able to teach using a range of teaching/musical styles.

Responsibilities include planning the structure and repertoire for each lesson, monitoring student progress and contributing to student End of Year Reports, and working with the HMDT Music Office to ensure the creation and quality delivery of an agreed Scheme of Work. You should have experience of working with children aged 5-14 in groups and individually.

The role will involve working on Saturdays from 8:30am for approximately 5.25 hours for 20 weeks between 11 January 2020 and 11 July 2020, in Hackney.

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