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    Part-Time Special Projects Coordinator, Early Music America

    EMA is searching for a part-time special projects coordinator. Application deadline is April 4. Click to read full job description. (PDF file).

    Managing Director, Apollo's Fire

    The Managing Director (MD) develops, leads, and works within an administrative structure that supports and reflects the artistic excellence of an ensemble performing at the international level. He/she collaborates closely with the Artistic Director (AD) to support the AD’s work, and collaborates with the Board to convey the AD’s artistic vision and AF’s strategic goals to funders, donors, and the public. Through the MD’s own “hands-on” work and through his/her guidance and mentorship of AF’s staff, he/she is primarily responsible for implementing and overseeing current season activities – including subscription concerts in NE Ohio and touring in the U.S. and abroad – allowing the AD to focus on artistic leadership of the current season’s projects and forward planning of future seasons, including tours and major projects.

    Application deadline: March 30 or until filled.

    Click for more information and to apply.

    Faculty Position in Harpsichord, University of Michigan School of Music Theatre & Dance

    To provide studio instruction in harpsichord performance to undergraduate, master’s-level, and doctoral students at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance; to teach classes in keyboard/organ literature and continuo realization; to develop historic performance opportunities for students including coaching early music ensembles; to develop and/or maintain national and international visibility as a performer, teacher, and clinician, while meeting faculty service responsibilities at the School. Other teaching duties may include improvisation and conducting.

    A distinguished record as an artist and teacher, or (for assistant professors) promise of same. Thorough knowledge of harpsichord repertoire and its history. Ability to collaborate with faculty colleagues and potential to thrive in a cross-disciplinary environment. Experience in conducting desirable. Master’s degree or equivalent experience required.

    Tenure-track (Assistant or Associate)

    To Apply:
    Include a letter of application, curriculum vitae including evidence of performance and teaching activity, and a list of at least five references with contact information. Do not send recordings or other supporting materials at this time.

    Email materials to, or send by ground mail to: Chair, Harpsichord Search Committee c/o Julie Smigielski, University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance 1100 Baits Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085. Applications should be received by February 21 to ensure full consideration. The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party to perform in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The University of Michigan is an EEO/AA employer.




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    The San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music is now accepting applications for the 2014 Musical Grant Program.

    The new application guidelines and requirements are now more inclusive, accessible, and reflective of the realities of current musical practice in the Bay Area.

    Who can apply in 2014 Composers, presenters, and performers, including ensembles commissioning new works. Open to projects involving Early Music, Chamber Music, New Music, and Jazz and Creative Music.

    Deadline February 15, 2014. Click for more information. Read the new and simplified grant guidelines on the website and register for an informational workshop.