Subject: Fwd: Composition Position at the University of Virginia
From: Kevin Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Nov 11 2004 - 00:32:36 EST
>Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 22:22:10 -0500
>From: Judith Shatin <shatin@VIRGINIA.EDU>
>Subject: Composition Position at the University of Virginia
>I want to share the following position announcement with you.
>The McIntire Department of Music, University of Virginia, seeks an
>imaginative, productive composer, for a tenure-track Assistant
>Professor in composition to begin August 25, 2005. We are looking
>for a colleague who will contribute to an ambitious composition
>program, which includes the PhD degree in Composition and Computing
>Technologies. Teaching will include undergraduate and graduate
>courses in composition, along with other areas depending on
>candidate's expertise and program needs. We hope to receive
>applications from a wide variety of composers; areas of
>specialization may range among computer music, multimedia, sound
>art, jazz, film, acoustic, or popular music.
>Additional contributions welcome in performance, scholarship, or
>technical research. PhD. or DMA, in hand or near completion, or
>equivalent professional experience required. Department resources
>include the Virginia Center for Computer Music, a major center for
>digital-based composition and research, as well as fine jazz and
>classical performers, and an innovative, diverse group of scholars.
>For details about the Department of Music see www.virginia.edu/music.
>Address questions about the position to Judith Shatin and/or Fred
>Maus , co-chairs of the Search Committee. Send letter of
>application, c.v., three letters of reference and a statement of
>teaching interests to Lorrie Jean, Composition Search
>Administrator, McIntire Department of Music, P. O. Box 400176,
>University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4176. No work
>samples at this time. Applications received by January 1 will be
>guaranteed consideration. The University of Virginia is an equal
>opportunity/affirmative action employer.
>William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor
>Director, Virginia Center for Computer Music
>McIntire Department of Music
>University of Virginia
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