Director of Music--Cambridge, MA
  • dflaherty
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    St. Paul’s Parish | Harvard Square is home to St. Paul's Choir School (SPCS), the only boys Catholic choir school in America and also home to the Choir of St. Paul's, the premier Catholic choir of men and boys in America. The liturgical program is unparalleled and features a rich repertoire of music at Sunday liturgies. Embracing the great cathedral school tradition, SPCS unites a classical academic and musical curriculum with the Catholic moral tradition.

    The position of Director of Music, with responsibilities divided between the parish 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). A person of integrity, an inspiring leader, and advocate who builds upon the school and parish’s institutional ethos, in order that the community of faith might continue to grow as a center of piety, learning and culture.

    Educating boys in grades 3 to 8, the Choir School provides world-class academic and musical education to the boy Choristers who sing in the Choir of St. Paul’s, as well as Pre-Choristers (Choristers in training), and boys who sing in the Choir School Chorus (comprised of boys with changing voices, and those who favor a reduced singing commitment). All students including the ‘Chorus track’ are enrolled in a Music Theory course developed by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). The Music Director is responsible for oversight of all music programming for liturgies and other events at the parish. They recruit, train, and direct the Choir of Boys and Men, oversee all music staff and the Organ Scholar Development Program. Please visit www.saintpaulschoirschool.us for the detailed job description and application instructions.
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