About the School

Manchester Community Music School serves over 1,200 students each year through a wide array of high quality music education programs, including private lessons, music therapy, early childhood, Suzuki, NH Youth Ensemble Program, summer camps and community music programs. Committed to serving our community, nearly all of our concerts are free and open to the public and we have awarded over $1million in financial aid to over 5,000 students since our founding in 1983. Our mission is changing lives through the power of learning, sharing and making music.

Current Openings

Suzuki Piano Teacher for an established studio, Suzuki Cello teacher for a growing program

Description: The Manchester Community Music School is an established Community Music School serving the southern New Hampshire region. The school is home to a vital and growing Suzuki Program, which includes violin, viola, cello, piano, and flute. At this time we are seeking experienced Suzuki piano and cello teachers with leadership skills to continue to meet the needs of our families and further develop the Suzuki Program. There is potential to be full time, with part time teaching and part time department leadership.

Duties: Teach private lessons and group classes. Work with other teachers to plan and implement Suzuki department events.

Qualifications: Music performance and/or education degree and a minimum Book 2 SAA registration desired. Experience with teaching both private and group classes.

Salary: Part time competitive hourly wage. Full time salaried position commensurate with experience. Health benefits, vacation and sick time.

Contact: Please email letter of interest and resume with 3 references to: 
Judy Teehan, Director of Education, Manchester Community Music School, 2291 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03104.  jteehan@mcmusicschool.org

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