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Saxophone GA position at South Carolina

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Saxophone GA position at South Carolina

Thursday, November 18, 2010 8:34 PM
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Responsibilities: The Saxophone Graduate Assistant provides studio instruction for nonmusic majors and lower-division music students and coaches quartets. Responsibilities require up to 9 hours per week, and the nine-month stipend ranges up to $3,000 (tuition abatements may boost the value of the position to $18,000). Assistantships in music theory, music history, and facilities management may also be available to qualified applicants. More information is available from Dr. Clifford Leaman, Professor of Saxophone, (803-576-5893; email: email). The School of Music has an enrollment of 500 music majors, with instruction offered by 50 faculty. Approximately 60 graduate assistants serve in a variety of capacities. The School is housed in a state-of-the-art music facility adjoining the Koger Center for the Arts. The University is located in the capital city of Columbia, a culturally vibrant metropolis of 450,000 that boasts a professional orchestra, ballet companies, theater companies, and museums. Applicants must have been admitted into a degree program before full consideration of the assistantship application can be given. Priority will be given to applicants who have submitted all application materials and completed the audition by March 7. For further information, please contact Clifford Leaman, Professor of Saxophone: email 803-576-5893 Address admissions inquiries to: Director of Graduate Studies School of Music University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 803-777-4106 E-mail: email


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