GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT
Hampton School of Music of the University of Idaho has a Teaching Assistant opening in
Violin, and is seeking
applications from qualified individuals interested in pursuing the
Master of Music degree. The School of Music currently has
approximately 250 music majors; the University of Idaho student
population is about 12,300.
may include teaching violin lessons, assisting the orchestra conductor,
and playing in the orchestra and/or chamber ensembles.
- Outstanding performing skills either on violin or viola
- Excellent English skills for a foreign student (a score of 575 is
needed on a TOEFL Exam)
- Completed Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts in Music degree at an
accredited institution with a GPA of 2.8 or higher.
The assistantship amount is expected to be in the range of $9,200-$9,400
per year (plus out-of-state fee waiver; the 2011/12 in-state tuition,
fees and Graduate fees are $6,682 per year). Limited number of in-state tuition waiver is also available.
For further information on audition procedures, please contact James Murphy at the
Lionel Hampton School of Music, and the Graduate School.
You are also encouraged to contact Ferenc Cseszko, who is currently
Associate Professor of Violin/Viola at the University of Idaho:
Phone: (208) 885-7244