MUSIC TEACHER REQUIRED

Musicians UK wide needed.

Country: United Kingdom
City: UK wide
Job Level: Experienced (non manager)
Contract type: Full Time
Salary: £30,000
Application Deadline: 2018

‘Become A Music Teacher’ are looking for individuals nationwide to give either singing, guitar, drums or piano lessons to students. A great chance for you to make good money on either a full time or part time basis, from something which you are passionate about.

This role gives you autonomy and a chance to really develop your experience as a teacher and musician.

Requirements:

  • Ability to play your musical instrument or sing to a reasonable level.
  • To be patient with students
  • Have good social skills.
  • Be able to teach all age groups on a one to one basis
  • Have no criminal convictions.

Lessons can take place at either your home, studio or at students homes.

When applying please leave your name and contact details including the instrument/s you play, an email address and telephone number.

How to apply: ArtJobs@BecomeAMusicTeacher.com – When applying please leave your name and contact details including the instrument/s you play, an email address and telephone number.

MaDCaff – this Saturday

MaDCaff is back

Saturday 24th March | 16:00-19:00 | Victoria Hall, Lampeter (Map below)

MaDCaff returns to the Victoria Hall, Lampeter this Saturday 24th March, from 4.30pm till 7pm with its usual eclectic and diverse line up of musicians, singers, poets and dancers. We are going to try really hard to give some quiet time to talk as well (It’s hard with so many great performers). This event is part of ‘Get Creative’ week.

MaDCaff, Music and Dance Cafe is an open mic, and showcase cafe event with a difference. All of the event organisers and performers have all been affected by mental illness. MaDCaff was set up by Miranda Betts, singer songwriter and choreographer, and Rachel Stelmach of Disability Arts Cymru in 2014,with funding from Time to Change Wales, the national charity which aims to end the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness.

Co-founder, Miranda Betts explains the main reasons behind setting up MaDCaff. ‘As a performer living with a long term mental health condition, I was finding it increasingly difficult to find good quality performance opportunities. I also noticed that, I was not alone in this. There were many other talented and creative people out there who simply weren’t getting the opportunities to perform.’

MaDCaff provides performers with a safe, pressure-free opportunity to perform at what is broadly a music and dance program. MaDCaff is open to anyone with an interest in music and dance, or for anyone wishing to go to a lively and friendly drop in cafe event. The café will be open for drinks and cakes, kindly supplied by Watson and Pratt’s Lampeter Bakehouse as well as MaDCaff volunteers.

Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people in any year; it could be you, someone in your family, a friend or colleague. Time to Change Wales is the first national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems in Wales.

The MaDCaff Project is funded by Magic Hat and supported by Disability Arts Cymru. Look us on Facebook or at our Blog, madcaff.rocks.

Singing for Lung Health

“Y Fegins”  – a weekly group for people with chronic lung conditions

 

Mondays 1.15- 2.30pm

At Canolfan Penrhosgarnedd, Bangor

 

Research  shows singing an help people with respiratory conditons to:

Improve  breath management

Learn to lengthen the out breath

Release tension

Build stamina

Meet people, be uplifted and have fun!!

 

For full details click on https://www.dropbox.com/s/4ur0ynpm0trl8tx/SFLH%20INFO%20poster%20May%2017%20engl%20%283%29%20%281%29.jpg?dl=0

 

Or Telepone 01248 384178 ext 4178

 

Community Music Wales Tutor Training

 
 

 

Are you a musician or music teacher interested in learning the skills to become a Community Music tutor?

 

Then this accredited Community Music Tutor Training programme is perfect for you.

Upcoming Training

 5 Day Course in Bangor, 11th, 12th, 18th, 25th and 26th of September.

The course is the only training of its kind in Wales that works towards an accredited certificate focused on workshop delivery.

Following on from this course, there are a limited number of paid placements to shadow one of our tutors, and gain real life experience of a project, to put what you’ve learnt into practice.

CMW are looking for music tutors of all levels; those with some experience, musicians new to the practice, those who are just curious about Community Music Tuition, and experienced tutors who may want to gain accreditation, extend your portfolio or brush up on certain aspects of your work.

If you would like any further information please email us at hannaht@communitymusicwales.org.uk or phone 02920 838060