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Adjunct Voice Instructor

Pace School of Performing Arts: BFA Musical Theater proram

Category: Teacher

Label Info
Type Paid
Location Pace University's New York City Downtown Campus

Job Description

In a commitment to maintaining a diverse, representative faculty community, Pace School of Performing Arts (PPA), housed in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences at Pace University, invites applications for the position of adjunct voice instructor in the BFA Musical Theater program, with an anticipated start date of late August 2021. Located on Pace’s lower Manhattan campus, the Musical Theater program was founded in 2007 and is consistently ranked one of the top 10 Musical Theater programs in the country. The candidate will teach weekly voice lessons to musical theater majors and attend faculty meetings, beginning-of-semester student diagnostics, and end-of-semester student evaluations. This position requires a commitment for the entire academic year, expected to be in-person. This is a part-time position, potentially teaching up to 18 students per semester, depending on enrollment.

• A commitment to anti-racist, anti-oppressive, culturally competent teaching
• A master’s degree, or higher, in vocal pedagogy, vocal performance, music education, musical theater, or a related area
• Minimum of three years teaching experience, ideally with at least two years of teaching in higher education
• Professional experience in the musical theater industry as a performer, music director, vocal coach, or other related fields
• A thorough understanding of the function and pedagogy of musical theater singing (belt, mix, legit, etc.), as well as an understanding of the stylistic elements needed for all genres that appear in musical theater (pop, rock, folk, traditional, and contemporary musical theater, etc.)
• A comprehensive understanding of musical theater and pop/rock repertoire
• The ability to work with students of all skill levels, including those who currently work professionally in the industry while attending school
• Sufficient piano skills to facilitate vocal exercises and technique work on repertoire
• A dedication to training the next generation of musical theater artists
• A willingness to collaborate with faculty, administration, and the student community

How to Apply

Job closing date is April 2, 201. Apply online,