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Music tutor, Bishopsgate Institute

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Bishopsgate Institute runs a learning programme for adults comprising talks, courses, workshops, masterclasses and other classes. These usually take place at lunchtime and in the evening on weekdays, and during the day at weekends. We offer a broad programme – ranging from Performing Arts and Body & Exercise courses to Languages courses – and students come to us to pursue a particular interest, to build their confidence in a particular discipline, to meet like-minded people, and for personal and professional development.

Looking ahead to the Autumn Term, we are planning to build on our existing performing arts courses offer. It is our intention that all students on our performing arts courses – whether they might be beginners keen to try something new or trained performers looking to expand their skill set – receive a professional standard of tuition, and we programme with this in mind.

We are particularly keen to establish an Introduction to Singing course and a How to Read Music course, and we hope to be able to offer some introductory sessions (ideally short daytime sessions during the weekend, either one-offs or over several weeks) in October to December, as a way of introducing these into the programme.

We invite expressions of interest, indicating the content and the format of the session or sessions you would like to lead. You will need to be able to demonstrate previous success teaching groups of adults. Our standard hourly rate for tutors is £32.

Please send expressions of interest to Simon Vickery (simon.vickery@bishopsgate.org.uk) by Friday 27th April, including your CV and two referees.

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