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A Flutist's Guide to Opportunities: 2023

We've compiled a list of opportunities for flute players, brought to you by our database of opportunities, For the Lost Creative. The guide is divided into 3 categories: Students, Performers, and Teachers - AND all the opportunities can be found/saved on our database. Our database will be updated as more opportunities become available throughout the year, so once you're done applying to the opportunities below, be sure to check back and see what's new!

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FOR STUDENTS



February 1, 2023

$10,000 need based non-renewable scholarship for pre-collegiate musicians between the ages of 8-18

March 25, 2023

High-quality music lessons in the convenience of people’s homes; Currently teaching future musicians in Atlanta, Houston, Washington, South Florida, Denver, Orlando, Baltimore, Seattle, and Dallas; Lessons being awarded for Fall 2023.

July 2, 2023

The New Jersey Flute Society is proud to announce the launch of our Scholarship Fund! This scholarship is dedicated to helping flutists financially to help enhance their musical education and career. Any flutist residing in the United States is eligible for this scholarship.


Rolling Deadline

The PMAY Artists’ Initiative offers students financial support to make lessons, music classes, youth orchestra participation, and summer music camps affordable. Students will be able to attend free college and career preparation workshops, and PMAY teachers and staff will work with each family to make sure each musician has a strong plan to be accepted into a music conservatory, college or university music school majoring in music. The PMAY Artists’ Initiative accepts applications from rising 5th through 12th grade students from backgrounds that are underrepresented within the professional orchestra field, including Black/African-American, Latinx, Native American, Alaskan Native, South Asian, Southeast Asian and/or Pacific Islander. Students who may identify differently may also qualify if they experience adversity such as economic disadvantages or will be the first in their family to attend college. This program is for the following orchestral instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone/bass trombone, tuba, & percussion, harp. Accepting Rolling Applications for Fall 2023.


 

FOR PERFORMERS



July 2, 2023

The New Jersey Flute Society is proud to announce the launch of our Scholarship Fund! This scholarship is dedicated to helping flutists financially to help enhance their musical education and career. Any flutist residing in the United States is eligible for this scholarship.


Rolling Deadline

Core Memory Music is looking for soloists and small ensembles to perform in our chamber music series. We want to showcase your artistry and provide our audience with a rich, varied mix of music each season. Our concerts take place inside a modern home in southern Rhode Island, a few miles from the Atlantic coast. The performance space seats up to 30 people and features a Steinway model D concert grand piano. Concerts are informal and we encourage performers to interact with the audience. Beginning in January 2023, our standard performance fees are $800 for piano soloists, $1400 for duos, $1800 for trios, and $2000 for quartets. We also provide meals and lodging, and we can help with your transportation expenses within the Northeast region.


 

FOR TEACHERS



Rolling Deadline

Benefits for your teaching studio, including: listing on their flute teacher map, discounts on sheet music, extended instrument trials + free shipping, & consultation fees when students purchase eligible instruments


Rolling Deadline

The Harmony Program is hiring year-round for universal, part-time teaching positions: Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, Viola, Cello, Percussion, Voice Flexible schedule at multiple locations Harmony Program teachers are responsible for teaching group instrumental music classes of elementary and middle school students. Teachers are expected to work two to five days a week during the after-school hours or in-school hours, depending on site, beginning in early October and ending in late May to June. Summer teaching opportunities may also be available. Teachers are compensated at an hourly rate. Additionally, we provide our teachers with up to 75 hours of professional development training, taught by experts in arts and education, paid by a stipend at the end of the school year. Topics covered include classroom management, lesson planning, instructional methods, diversity, equity, and inclusion, social-emotional learning, and more.



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