The School of Music at the University of Washington announces a full-time, tenure-eligible violin position as Assistant Professor to begin in September 2019. Tenure-track faculty have an annual service period of nine months (Sept 16-June 15). The individual selected will be required to build and sustain a successful violin studio, to have an active role in the organization/administration and further development of the Strings Program, and to have continued growth in a national/international career as an artist with a demonstrated commitment to music ranging from the early masterworks to experimental contemporary genres. The individual should also be highly interested in collaborations beyond the School of Music, such as with the UW Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS).
Responsibilities: Private instruction in violin performance at the undergraduate and graduate levels; recruitment of violin students; teaching chamber music; participation in auditions, juries, student advising, administrative work with Strings colleagues, all pertinent School of Music meetings and other responsibilities as assigned by the Director.
Master's degree (or foreign equivalent) and/or significant professional experience. Examples of significant professional experience may include: 5 years of extensive performing experience as a soloist, chamber musician, and/or member of a major professional orchestra; 2 years experience teaching at the university level.
Applications should include (1) a letter describing the applicant's experience, interests and suitability for the position, (2) a curriculum vitae, and (3) three letters of reference. In the C.V., please include a section of
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