Senior Lecturer in Music (Jazz & Improvisation)

Senior Lecturer in Music (Jazz & Improvisation)

Tuesday, 16 April 2019, 11.55pm

The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music seeks to appoint an innovative and committed Senior Lecturer in Music (Jazz & Improvisation) who possesses the right blend of performance, imagination and creativity to inspire students to create, innovate and collaborate in new and emerging forms of improvised musics. The appointee will be professionally committed to the core value of personal creativity and able to work outside the notated Western art music tradition to embrace collaborative improvisation and performance with musicians from diverse styles and creative backgrounds.

You will have a doctoral qualification in a relevant area, demonstrated experience teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level and expertise in contemporary improvisation and thorough practical ability and understanding of the nature of the improviser in 21st century music making. Interest in diverse music traditions and demonstrated success in organising and coordinating music performance opportunities for students is also required.

This is a full time, continuing position commencing in 2019 or as negotiated.

See further details at the link below.


Published on 25 March 2019

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