Binghamton Univ.

Teaching Job

Binghamton, NY USA
Teaching Job
Deadline: 12/10/2021

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Description

The Binghamton University (SUNY) Department of Music invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Voice (Soprano or Mezzo-Soprano preferred), to commence in the Fall 2022 semester in a tenure-track position. The successful candidate will be a dynamic teacher of graduate and undergraduate voice majors, will develop a national or international profile as a performer and teacher, and will contribute to the Department's educational and artistic mission to prepare students for music careers in the 21st century. SUNY faculty are represented by United University Professionals. This position is part of a multi-year cluster hire within Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, "Arts Practice, Performance, and Research in the 21st Century." This program aims to establish a network of artists and scholars who see their mission as foundational to an intellectually rigorous liberal arts education and who take an expansive approach to their creative activities, research programs, and pedagogy. It forms part of an initiative to establish a school of arts within Harpur College.

Responsibilities:

Maintain a full-time teaching load consisting of a studio of voice majors in the graduate and undergraduate programs, including a weekly studio class and preparation for degree recitals.

Serve on co-curricular audition panels, juries, recital committees, and in other vocal-area activities as necessary.

Recruit students at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Develop a national or international profile as a performer and/or teacher of voice.

Serve the department and university through student advising and committee service.

Required Qualifications:

Master's or Doctoral degree in Voice or a closely related area.

A substantial professional performing profile embracing a range of classical and related musical styles.

Evidence of mentoring, training, and nurturing pre-professional singers of all voice types, with a commitment to access, equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Applied knowledge of current literature and contemporary research in vocal pedagogy and performance practice.

Experience teaching pre-professional singers in a variety of classical and related musical styles.

A demonstrated ongoing commitment to performing and teaching music composed by women, BIPOC composers, and other historically excluded groups.

Preferred Qualifications:

Soprano or mezzo-soprano voice (to complement current faculty).

Experience recruiting a diverse range of talented applicants to collegiate-level music programs.

A record of creative and innovative artistic activities that expand the repertoire of the concert-music tradition, reach traditionally underserved publics, and engage the changing landscapes of musical culture.

Professional experience with arts organizations of varying sizes, structures, and missions. ~ Experience in arts entrepreneurship, creating or curating performance opportunities for oneself and others.

To apply: submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references who are familiar with your performing and teaching. Please do not send reference letters or links to recordings at this time. Review of applications will begin December 10, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.




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