The Thornton School of Music Early Music Program is seeking applicants for possible future openings for adjunct faculty members to teach or coach a range of historical instruments, including a wide range of historical winds, strings, and percussions from the Middle Ages through the Baroques eras, including those less commonly taught.
Requirements include a Masters degree or higher in music or musicology (or equivalent experience) with experience in performing and teaching.
Combining the benefits of a world-class conservatory and a leading research university, the USC Thornton School of Music offers students the opportunity to pursue a rigorous music education in a real-world context. We offer a full range of musical disciplines across a demanding and innovative curriculum, and the opportunity to work with a faculty of national and international renown. For more information, please visit us at http://http://music.usc.edu/.
Candidates are asked to provide:
a letter of interest
Do not send other supporting materials unless requested.
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