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Course Lecturer (MUPG 571-001)

McGill University

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Hiring Unit: “Music Performance” Department of Performance

Course: MUPG 571-001: Free Improvisation 1 (1.000 cr.)

Teaching Qualification Requirements:


  • M.Mus. or equivalent professional experience


  • University‐level free improvisation (instrumental or vocal) teaching experience


  • Practical experience with free improvisation at the professional level

Application Deadline

  • Sunday, November 27, 2022, 11:59 p.m.


  • Based on salary scale for 1.000 credit(s) according to MCLIU Appendix 1 and pro‐rated if team‐taught

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Hiring Unit:


Course Title:

Free Improvisation 1

Subject Code:

MUPG 571-001




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