2016 Graduate Assistantship in Bassoon
Duties include performing with the Graduate Wind Quintet and other duties as needed, including possible classroom teaching of music theory or music history.
Students will receive an annual stipend of $12,400, health benefits, and a full university tuition waiver. The total value of a School of Music graduate assistantship is $31,196 for non-residents and $19, 672 for residents.
Candidates must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree program, possess excellent performance skills, and be accepeted into the the University.
West Virginia University awards DMA degrees in performance and composition, MM degrees in performance, music education, music theory, adn music history and the Ph.D. in music education.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact us for more information, or to schedule an audition:
Dr. Lynn Hileman, Associate Professor of Bassoon; 304.293.4517; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Cynthia Anderson, Director of Graduate Studies; 304.293.4489; email@example.com