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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2008 8:13 pm 
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Hey guys
If any of you hears or is aware of piano teaching position for next school year, please let me know

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Hi Avguste, in another thread you asked about places to give recitals. Have you heard about
this place?

http://www.pianofortechicago.com/blog/

I have no affiliation and can give no other info about them but the website looks quite
interesting. Plus you'd get to play on a Fazioli!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 1:41 am 
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http://www.yellowpages.com/mc/Fort-Wort ... erms=music

These kinds of places hire. But in Canada anyway, you only get paid half of the lesson fee, whereas if you teach out of your home, you keep it all (except what you pay in tax).

Maybe you are looking to work at a University, in which case, I have no suggestions.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2008 9:56 pm 
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bclever wrote:
Hi Avguste, in another thread you asked about places to give recitals. Have you heard about
this place?

http://www.pianofortechicago.com/blog/

I have no affiliation and can give no other info about them but the website looks quite
interesting. Plus you'd get to play on a Fazioli!


Not really.First time.
I will check it out,thanks

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Nicole wrote:
http://www.yellowpages.com/mc/Fort-Worth-TX/Music-Instruction-Instrumental?search_mode=all&search_terms=music

These kinds of places hire. But in Canada anyway, you only get paid half of the lesson fee, whereas if you teach out of your home, you keep it all (except what you pay in tax).

Maybe you are looking to work at a University, in which case, I have no suggestions.
-N


I was actually talking about school of music,conservatories and universities

Anything in Canada?
Any idea where i can look?

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avguste wrote:
I was actually talking about school of music,conservatories and universities

Anything in Canada?
Any idea where i can look?


Are you still completely fluent in French? If so, you could use this to your advantage to apply in the one province of our ten provinces that is French and has Universities and music schools where the instructors are therefore required to speak French. The province is called Quebec.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 9:32 pm 
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I am always fluent in french ;)
Do you know where I can look for jobs in Quebec?I have been searching on google for any available jobs and nothing in Canada and other such countries

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