New England Music Camp - NEMC - Est 1937



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Faculty members at New England Music Camp are carefully chosen for both their achievements as professional performers and their recognition for excellence in teaching.

 Interested applicants please send:

  • Cover letter, resume and names/contact info of 3 references.
  • Video of your teaching. (One middle school level & one high school level)

Video or audio recording of:

  • Exposition of standard repertoire concerto
  • Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture, mm. 81-86 and mm. 250-267
  • Rossini William Tell Overture, (counting from the 2/4 Vivace) mm. 90-120
  • OPTIONAL: chamber music performance 

Must be available to teach 27 June through 10 August, 2020.
Pay is $3,100 plus Room, board and a variable travel stipend.
Deadline for receipt of all materials: 15 November, 2019

Please send all materials (electronically) to:

 

Founded in 1937, New England Music Camp is a summer camp for music students ages
11–18, located on 200 acres in Sidney, Maine, on the eastern shore of Messalonskee Lake in the Belgrade Lakes region. It follows a balanced structure of musical training (in the morning) and standard athletic activities (in the afternoon) such as sailing, kayaking, archery, tennis, softball, soccer, volleyball, badminton etc. There are numerous concerts offered free to the public during its six-week season on site at the Bowl in the Pines or Alumni Hall (respectively, the camp's outdoor and indoor performance venues).


Faculty members at New England Music Camp are carefully chosen for both their
achievements as professional performers and their recognition for excellence in teaching. We live in a close knit community where we dine family style and many of our faculty enjoy joining the campers on the recreation fields.

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I loved the freedom

“I loved the freedom to practice my instrument as much or as little as I felt was necessary because I grew as a musician and also learned independence and time management.”

-NEMC Camper