The University of Tennessee School of Music | Two Graduate Teaching Assistantships in Theory/Composition

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE -- The University of Tennessee School of Music has two openings for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship in Theory/Composition for the 2018-19 academic year. Duties include teaching ear training, supervising the computer lab, teaching written theory courses, and assisting faculty in the music theory & composition area.

Stipend: Up to $12,150 plus tuition waiver and medical coverage.
Priority Application Deadline: December 15, 2017.

To apply: submit an application for admission to the MM program to the University of Tennessee School of Music through Acceptd - Submit a Graduate Assistantship form (available on Acceptd) by email to Interview with the theory/composition faculty and present a teaching demonstration (more information sent upon application). Priority deadline for application: December 15, 2017.Interviews will take place in Knoxville on Feb. 3, 2018. Questions? Our professors will be present at the CMS, SMT, NACUSA and SCI National Conferences. Please contact us if you'd like to meet and discuss our programs. Contact: Dr. Brendan McConville, Theory and Composition Area Coordinator,

The University of Tennessee, with an enrollment of 28,000 students, is centrally located in a region of exceptional scenic, historical, and recreational interest. The School of Music is housed in the beautiful new state-of-the-art Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, and offers the Master of Music degree with concentrations in choral conducting, collaborative piano, composition, instrumental conducting, jazz studies, music education, music theory, musicology, and performance (organ, piano, strings, voice, winds or percussion). Artist Certificate programs are offered in keyboard and strings. The Certificate in Music Theory Pedagogy is offered for students enrolled in a graduate degree program.

15 Dec 2017