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Lecturer In Music resume example with 20+ years of experience

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Professional Summary

Award winning music educator and performer with experience spanning a wide range of ages and institutions. Proven track record of grant writing success, team building and leading, and experience with program and concert series creation with an eye to community building, and engagement with young artists.

Skills
  • Piano Performance
  • Community engagement through arts
  • Syllabus preparation; curriculum building
  • Public Speaking
  • Grant writing and fund-raising
  • Faculty partnerships
Education
New York University New York, Expected in Ph.D. : Piano Performance/Ethnomusicology - GPA :
New York University New York, NY Expected in Master of Arts : Piano Performance - GPA :
S.U.N.Y. Purchase Purchase, NY, Expected in Bachelor of Arts : Music/Slavic Studies - GPA :
European Mozart Academy Prague, Czech Republic, Expected in Certificate in Chamber Music Performance : Piano Performance - GPA :
Columbia University New York, NY, Expected in No Degree : Film Studies - GPA :
Sunbridge Institute Chestnut Ridge, New York, Expected in 07/2016 Certificate in Waldorf Music Education : Music - GPA :
Work History
The Juilliard School - Lecturer in Music
City, STATE, 01/2017 - Current

• Taught numerous courses in in Music History ranging from World Music, American popular music, to Masterpieces of Western Art Music

• Liaised with Mostly Mozart Festival in a seminar introducing the material presented in their summer concerts

• Collaborated with members of Silk Road Ensemble in course introducing their repertoire and instruments

Self - Private Piano Instructor and Chamber Music Coach
City, STATE, 01/1990 - Current

• Maintained consistent studio of students representing both amateur and professional musicians

• Created individualized lesson plans

• Taught music history, ear training, and music theory

MUSE Academy At Brooklyn Music School - Head of School; Director of Music and Performance
City, STATE, 06/2017 - 09/2022

• Oversaw admissions; enrollment grew 277% in 4 years

• Designed and implemented the unique arts-based curriculum

• Hired and assessed teachers and promoted professional growth of teachers by directing professional development workshops throughout the year

• Managed budget, marketing, development, and fund-raising

• Maintained safety of students and faculty throughout COVID crisis with strict protocols; school closed for only 9 days in two years.

• Built positive relationships with families to encourage active participation in many aspects of the young school

Columbia University - Lecturer in Music
City, STATE, 03/1999 - 07/2019

• Taught in Core Curriculum (Masterpieces of Western Music), approximately 1,000 students

• Taught numerous new courses in Music History: Russian Music, Jewish Music, Piano Repertoire, Shostakovich

• Aligned curriculum with concert series

• Gave music presentations using Google classroom technology

Columbia University - Director of Music Performance
City, STATE, 07/1999 - 05/2013
  • Established principal operating budget through consistent grant writing and other fund-raising enterprises
  • Oversaw enrollment in Music Performance Program which grew 390% from 1999-2012
  • Introduced new areas of performance: Jazz groups, Middle Eastern Ensemble, Klezmer Band, Gagaku Japanese Ensemble, Bluegrass Band
  • Coached award winning Columbia and Juilliard students
  • Served on Columbia College admissions committee
  • Distributed scholarships to performers and composers
  • Evaluated teaching artists bi-annually
  • Created new concert series: Columbia Sounds for Families, Carnegie Hall annual gala featuring young musicians and composers, Columbia-Barnard concerts
  • Established performing opportunities and scholarships for young composers
New York University - Adjunct Lecturer
City, STATE, 09/1990 - 05/1994

• Taught class piano courses to undergraduate and graduate students

• Designed curriculum to students' research interests

Skills
  • Piano Performance
  • Community engagement through arts
  • Syllabus preparation; curriculum building
  • Public Speaking
  • Grant writing and fund-raising
  • Faculty partnerships
Work History
The Juilliard School - Lecturer in Music
New York, New York 01/2017 - Current

• Taught numerous courses in in Music History ranging from World Music, American popular music, to Masterpieces of Western Art Music

• Liaised with Mostly Mozart Festival in a seminar introducing the material presented in their summer concerts

• Collaborated with members of Silk Road Ensemble in course introducing their repertoire and instruments

Self - Private Piano Instructor and Chamber Music Coach
New York, New York 01/1990 - Current

• Maintained consistent studio of students representing both amateur and professional musicians

• Created individualized lesson plans

• Taught music history, ear training, and music theory

MUSE Academy At Brooklyn Music School - Head of School; Director of Music and Performance
Brooklyn, New York 06/2017 - 09/2022

• Oversaw admissions; enrollment grew 277% in 4 years

• Designed and implemented the unique arts-based curriculum

• Hired and assessed teachers and promoted professional growth of teachers by directing professional development workshops throughout the year

• Managed budget, marketing, development, and fund-raising

• Maintained safety of students and faculty throughout COVID crisis with strict protocols; school closed for only 9 days in two years.

• Built positive relationships with families to encourage active participation in many aspects of the young school

Columbia University - Lecturer in Music
New York, New York 03/1999 - 07/2019

• Taught in Core Curriculum (Masterpieces of Western Music), approximately 1,000 students

• Taught numerous new courses in Music History: Russian Music, Jewish Music, Piano Repertoire, Shostakovich

• Aligned curriculum with concert series

• Gave music presentations using Google classroom technology

Columbia University - Director of Music Performance
New York, New York 07/1999 - 05/2013
  • Established principal operating budget through consistent grant writing and other fund-raising enterprises
  • Oversaw enrollment in Music Performance Program which grew 390% from 1999-2012
  • Introduced new areas of performance: Jazz groups, Middle Eastern Ensemble, Klezmer Band, Gagaku Japanese Ensemble, Bluegrass Band
  • Coached award winning Columbia and Juilliard students
  • Served on Columbia College admissions committee
  • Distributed scholarships to performers and composers
  • Evaluated teaching artists bi-annually
  • Created new concert series: Columbia Sounds for Families, Carnegie Hall annual gala featuring young musicians and composers, Columbia-Barnard concerts
  • Established performing opportunities and scholarships for young composers
New York University - Adjunct Lecturer
New York, New York 09/1990 - 05/1994

• Taught class piano courses to undergraduate and graduate students

• Designed curriculum to students' research interests

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School Attended

  • New York University
  • New York University
  • S.U.N.Y. Purchase
  • European Mozart Academy
  • Columbia University
  • Sunbridge Institute

Job Titles Held:

  • Lecturer in Music
  • Private Piano Instructor and Chamber Music Coach
  • Head of School; Director of Music and Performance
  • Lecturer in Music
  • Director of Music Performance
  • Adjunct Lecturer

Degrees

  • Ph.D.
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Certificate in Chamber Music Performance
  • No Degree
  • Certificate in Waldorf Music Education

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