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The nominating committee for the election of officers and board members of the International Trumpet Guild is soliciting recommendations from the membership for a Vice President/President-Elect and a Secretary to serve 2017-2019 and for board members to serve 2017-2021. Please send proposals for nominations by November 15, 2016, to:
Cathy Leach, ITG Vice President/President-Elect
1430 Brookmeade Ave
Maryville, TN 37804
Self-nominations are welcome. Please include a concise bio and confirm with any nominee that he or she would be willing to serve if nominated and elected. After the nominating committee (comprised of Vice President, one board member and three members at large) develops the final slate of nominees, ballots will be mailed to all eligible members of ITG. Voting will occur by paper ballot or online between March 15 and April 15, 2017. A returning officer will form an election team to count the ballots within thirty (30) days after the deadline for their return, and the membership will then be notified of the election results.MORE
University of Louisville
University of Louisville
The School of Music at the University of Louisville has an immediate opening for a Graduate Assistantship for the University of Louisville Trumpet Studio.
Duties to include:
Assist the trumpet and brass faculty with teaching, studio and area logistics as well as performance duties as assigned. The successful candidate will be an effective teacher and motivator of university students with varying levels of experience. The Graduate Assistant should be able to teach & perform in a variety of styles, have a brass pedagogical framework as well as great organizational skills.
Admission to the University of Louisville Graduate program and School of Music; completion of an audition in front of the trumpet and brass faculty.
A complete application for the University of Louisville Graduate Program and the Assistantship includes: a letter requesting consideration for the assistantship, a Graduate School application form (http://louisville.edu/music/apply/graduate), two letters of recommendation, official undergraduate transcripts, scores from the aptitude section of the Graduate Record Examination, playing audition and a personal interview. For application and recommendation forms or additional information, contact:
Laura Angermeier, Senior Academic Counselor
Dr. Michael H. Tunnell, Professor of Trumpet