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San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties

Private Music Teacher Sub-Contractor


A Dawn of Music Studios

Posted On: 3/7/2013


Contract, Flexible


•Trained Music Educator for private lessons

•Teaching and Office hours required

•Able to teach lessons at all levels and ages to individuals and/or groups

•Able to arrive to the studio 10-15 minutes before scheduled lessons

•Currently taking private lessons preferred


•Music Degree, or at least 5 years of private music lessons taken;

•Teaching, performance, theory experience;

•Music performance competence;

•Knowledge of your instrument;

•Commitment to and understanding of the teaching and learning process;

•Musical and teaching ability;

•Patience, perseverance and excellent communication skills - much of your time will be spent with a range students all at different musical levels as well as with their parents;

•High standards of professionalism and professional ethics;

•Excellent self-management and organizational skills;

•The courage to be frank and business-like when discussing money;

•Resourcefulness and the ability to make things happen and determine your own direction;

•Willingness to try new directions and be flexible;

•Readiness to do the routine jobs as well as the exciting ones.

Education Requirements

Music Degree, or at least 5 years of private music lessons taken
Currently taking private lessons preferred


$20/hour of teaching


Flexible schedule, Studio, Referrals, Business and administrative part taken care of for you

Music Instruction - Vocal Music Instruction - Vocal

Contact Information

Kristi Dawn Phone Number: 619-500-3296 Email:
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