The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, a nearly 50 year old community arts institution located in Eastern Market on Capitol Hill, is looking for piano and vocal teachers able to teach children and adult learners. Interested candidates should send a resume, a 1-2 minute excerpt of your playing/singing, references and a short intro to firstname.lastname@example.org. A bachelors degree (or higher) in music is preferred. Background checks required.
CHAW offers a supportive creative community in which to work. Hourly compensation starts at $40. CHAW handles all student billing, payroll taxes, student recital accompanists, and associated administration. We also provide recital spaces, receptions and activity stipends. Additional benefits include rehearsal and performance space as well as opportunities for fiscal sponsorship to teachers for personal projects. Teaching artists receive a discount on any classes they take here.
CHAW’s mission is building community through the arts. Since 1972, CHAW has been a hub for the meaningful exchange of ideas through art-making both inside and outside of its walls. CHAW emphasizes both personal expression and the power of community to uplift the arts. We connect diverse groups of people, support local artists, facilitate arts-driven community networks, and encourage civil discourse through creativity. Our mission is rooted in the idea that art and community building are synergistic