Diocese of Leeds Music


Cathedral Chorister Piano Tutor (self-employed role)

We’re currently recruiting for a self-employed Cathedral Chorister Piano Tutor.

Working in our Keyboard Studies Programme is an opportunity to nurture creativity, foster expression, and shape the musical foundations of future generations. It encompasses two elements: whole-class melodica sessions which provide children with their first interaction with a musical instrument, and one-to-one lessons on the piano, organ and classical accordion.

This self-employed role will provide one-to-one and small group piano lessons for students in our Cathedral Choirs, and we aim to provide outstanding tuition to broaden their musical knowledge. Students will include children of differing abilities, including many who have never sat at a piano before through to A-level students aspiring to study at university or conservatoire.

We welcome applicants at any stage of their careers, including new graduates, and we are experienced in tailoring our support and opportunities to musicians’ strengths and development needs.

Competitive rate of pay.

For an application pack and application form, please contact recruitment@dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk.

Closing Date: Thursday 4 July 2024, 12 noon

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