TEACHER, STRING SCHOOL
Requisition Number:: 126948
Date: Jun 15, 2021
Durham, NC, US, 27710
Personnel Area: UNIVERSITY
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Violin and Viola teacher for elementary, middle and high school students in
the String School, a pre-collegiate program administered by the Music
Work closely with students of varying levels of ability, from beginning to
advanced levels of playing.
Teach and select scales, etudes, and pieces for private students as well
as chamber groups at an appropriate pace for students' level of ability.
Be able to lead violin and intermediate level orchestra ensembles and
manage webpage for any assigned ensembles.
Prepare students for solo recitals, ensemble rehearsals and concerts.
Coordinate with other String School teachers, parents, volunteers,
students, and the Director.
Attend monthly String School teacher meetings and DUSS concerts.
Bachelor's degree in Violin or Viola Performance, or Music Education.
Experience with both Suzuki and Traditional pedagogical methods, with a
preference for the pedagogical methods outlined on StringPedagogy.com
developed by Mimi Zweig. Experience conducting intermediate level orchestras
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