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Band Director(s) – Part Time Positions
Posted 1/7/2020

The Pikes Peak New Horizon Bands and the Pikes Peak Homeschool Bands in Colorado Springs are looking for part time band director(s). The ideal candidate(s) will be proficient in teaching and conducting bands, have knowledge of music selection for the skill level of each band, be an effective communicator, for homeschool bands be able to teach and direct children (ages 9 – 18), and for senior adult bands enjoy working with adult musicians of various skill levels. This is an ideal job for a retired band director or a private instructor wanting to keep up their conducting skills with a group of energetic and fun senior adults and/or with the conscious and well behaved homeschool students (beginning band to advanced band).

We are open to tailoring these positions to the individual’s preferences and expertise. Possibilities include 1) directing both New Horizons and Homeschool bands, 2) directing the homeschool bands, 3) directing the New Horizons bands, 4) directing only the concert band (senior adults), 5) only the jazz band (senior adults).

New Horizons Bands – This group of adults (age 40+ with the average age of 70) currently rehearse on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The concert band meets from 9:45am – 11:45am and the 17 piece big band jazz ensemble meets from noon – 1:00pm on the same days. A concert is given in April and November by both bands following each 12 week session.

Homeschool Bands – This group of homeschool children (ages 9 – 18) currently rehearse on Mondays and Wednesdays. The four bands (beginning, intermediate, and 2 advanced groups) meet for 45 minute classes between the hours of 12:15pm – 3:15pm. A concert is given in January and May by all bands.

Come join our fun loving and supportive band family. For more information visit
Please call Bill Callen at 719-598-2373 or email

Choir Director – Simpson United Methodist Church
Posted 1/7/2020

Simpson UMC is a Methodist church that is deeply rooted in the Japanese American culture and heritage. Music is also a vital ministry at our church.

Summary: To enhance the worship of Simpson United Methodist Church by leading the Chancel Choir in singing hymns, anthems, introits, and other vocal music; and, to work with Youth and Sunday School children for special musical presentations.

The time involved for this position is approximately ten hours per week.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Recruit and retain choir members. Keep a list of addresses, phone numbers, and calling tree.
2. Create and maintain a Christian atmosphere within the choir.
3. Direct weekly and special choir rehearsals.
4. Direct choir during Sunday and any special service or church-sponsored event
5. Coordinate with Pastor and SPRC to find a qualified replacement for an unforeseen or planned absence.
6. Be a member of the Worship Committee/team.
7. Attend weekly staff meetings from August through May.
8. Select and purchase choral music in consultation with the Pastor and/or Worship Design Committee as well as maintain a
music budget.
9. Work with the ministerial staff and the accompanist to coordinate music for worship.
10. Schedule music selections in a timely manner, allowing adequate rehearsal time.
11. Contract with instrumentalists when performing major works
12. Arrange for guest musical groups, especially in the summer when the Choir is not singing.
13. Maintain the music library.
14. Perform during services when special music is needed.
15. Attend choral music reading sessions throughout the year
16. Be responsible for invoices and vouchers in a timely manner.
17. Help lead the congregational music and/or train choir members to help do so. (optional)

Choral Director
Posted 11/17/2019

Augustana Lutheran Church, a large ELCA Lutheran church with a thriving music program in Denver Colorado, is seeking a part-time choral director for their adult choir. The position is open January 1, 2020. The Augustana Chancel Choir, an adult volunteer choir with four professional section leaders, has an established reputation of excellence in the Denver community, singing for the majority of worship services throughout their 9 month season and presenting 3-4 concerts in collaboration with Stratus Chamber Orchestra, an in-residence orchestra, throughout the year.

The ideal candidate will exhibit excellent proficiency and knowledge in conducting choirs and orchestra in a range of musical styles, be familiar with liturgical worship practices, be effective in interpersonal communication, work well in a team environment, have excellent organizational skills, be creative, and enjoy working with adult singers of various skills. A Master’s degree in Music and three years experience is preferred.

Time commitment: weekly Wednesday evening rehearsals and Sunday morning worship (August/September-May/June), special worship services and festivals, 3 retreats, 3-4 concerts per season, planning, contracting musicians, some meetings. This position is considered ⅜ time at 12-15 per week. Compensation is commensurate with experience and professional salary guidelines.

While there is no deadline, applications submitted by December 16th will be given first priority. For more information or to apply, please e-mail a cover letter to: Dr. Cindy Lindeen-Martin, Minister of Music and Organist at

Chorus Director
Posted 11/12/2019

We are in need of a new chorus director beginning January 7, 2020. We are sponsored by the City of Aurora.
The chorus is composed of 25 Seniors. We sing in 4-part harmony songs from the 20s through present time. We practice at the Aurora Center for Active Adults 30 Del Mar Circle in Aurora on Tuesdays from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. from September through the end of May. We sing at retirement homes, churches, schools and other venues in the Aurora area. The salary for this position is negotiable. Come help us bring to the community with our musical magic. For additional information call Dick Jensen at 303-751-5832.