Fred Fox School of Music

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Position Type: Full-Time

Assistant Professor of Music in Voice (Soprano)
SUBMITTED DATE: 11/29/2017

Job Area: Voice//Opera

The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Music in Voice (Soprano). This is a full-time, tenure-eligible appointment. Responsibilities include: teach applied classical vocal lessons to students at the undergraduate through doctoral levels; conduct a weekly studio class; maintain an active professional profile; contribute to the vibrant performing atmosphere of the Fred Fox School of Music by engaging in creative activity; teach course(s) in accordance with a candidate’s areas of expertise; participate in recruiting on a local, national, and international level; advise all students, but especially graduate students, in their academic progress (thesis, comprehensive exams, etc.); and participate in faculty governance.

Required Qualifications: master's degree; record of distinguished performance and/or scholarship; and excellence as a studio instructor. Preferred Qualifications: earned doctorate in music; demonstrated successful teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level; and evidence of exemplary creative/scholarly accomplishment (master classes, scholarly presentations, recordings, publication, etc.).


Start Date: August 13, 2018

Application deadline: Until filled


The following documents must be electronically uploaded with your application in the UACareers application portal: letter of interest; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; and a document with web/media links to three (video preferred) recordings of representative performances and links to two, twenty-minute lessons (one undergraduate and one graduate-level singer preferred but not necessary) (Youtube, website or similar format).

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If you have questions, please contact Dr. Andrew Stuckey, Chair, Voice (soprano) Search Committee at


Phone: 520-621-7014




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