St. Paul's Harvard Square, Assistant Director of Music
  • JohnRobinson
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    Assistant Director of Music, St. Paul’s Church, Harvard Square, Cambridge MA
    POSITION TITLE Assistant Director of Music (full time)
    EMPLOYER St. Paul’s Church, Harvard Square
    QUALIFICATIONS Doctorate in Organ Performance and expertise in choral conducting;
    FAGO/ChM; or similar standard

    Following the appointment of Mr. Jeremy Bruns to the Church of the Advent, St. Paul's Church seeks a full time Assistant Director of Music.

    SUMMARY

    St. Paul’s Church is home to St. Paul’s Choir School, the only all-boys Catholic choir school in America. Educating boys in grades 3 to 8, the Choir School provides academic and musical education to the boy Choristers who sing in The Choir of St. Paul’s, the premier Catholic choir of men and boys in America, as well as Probationers (Choristers in training), and boys with changing voices. The position of Assistant Director of Music, with responsibilities divided between the Church and the Choir School, requires an exceptional organist and choral director who can provide outstanding liturgical organ playing (including choral and congregational accompaniment, organ works, and improvisations). The ability to train the Probationer Choristers in essential areas at a critical moment in their musical development. The ability to recruit, train, and direct the St. Paul Parish Choir, to teach music theory, to fulfil certain administrative needs, and to teach private organ lessons to certain pupils in the Choir School.
    Please see attachment for further details.

    Please apply by email to the Director of Music (Mr. John Robinson) at jrobinson@saintpaulschoirschool.us with an application letter which explains your rationale in applying for this position, a CV, and preferably links to recordings on line which demonstrate your organ playing. All appointments are subject to CORI clearance, and Virtus training in Child Protection.
    Closing date: July 10th, interviews second half of July.
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