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The Richland College Department of Music in Dallas, TX is currently seeking a bassoon professor to begin teaching in the Fall 2012 Semester. Responsibilities for this adjunct position include mainly teaching Applied Bassoon lessons with possible master classes in woodwind ensembles, as well as coordinating student curriculum within the department. Qualified applicants are those who possess a Master‚s Degree in Music, have an interest in developing a college studio of bassoon students at this time, and are active professional performers. Teaching experience in the college/university environment is preferred. Essential skills include team teaching, excellent communication, and organization. The Richland College Music Department is a strong music program with several unique course offerings such as Digital Music and Composition and many performing ensembles including Wind Symphony, Orchestra, Chamber Ensembles for Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, Strings, and Piano, as well as Chorale, Gospel Choir, Jazz Singers, and Steel Bands in a department with approximately 600 music students regularly enrolled. Preparation occurs for several major concerts and events each semester. Candidates will complete an audition/interview process that includes performing a solo work, teaching a short lesson, and discussing pedagogy and recruiting with the music faculty. Interview/Audition appointments will be scheduled with qualified applicants. Materials that may be sent at this time include any supportive audio or video recordings of performances. Packages may be mailed to Richland College Department of Music, ATTN: Derrick Logozzo, Co-Coordinator of Music, Director of Instrumental Music Studies, 12800 Abrams Road, Dallas, TX 75243-2199 or emailed to

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