Musicianship Teacher

Musicianship Teacher

Friday, 4 June 2021, 9.00am

The Royal College of Music (RCM) is hiring a Musicianship Teacher to work in the Junior Department.

Aural and analysis are central components in RCM’s Musicianship curriculum, which all students follow on entering the Junior Department. At each level, RCM also offer elective classes, in areas such as music theory, composition and keyboard harmony. These classes are often developed around individual teacher specialisms.

The RCM is looking for candidates with the following attributes:
– You should be a widely recognised and highly respected teacher.
– You will be teaching, to an exceptionally high level of technical and musical proficiency, gifted and talented students aged between 8 and 18, so relevant teaching experience at this level is required.
– You should have the relevant understanding and experience of teaching aural and advanced music theory in a class setting.
– You should understand the particular demands of the music profession whilst striving to help each student reach the fullness of their own potential.

See link below for further details.

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