The Twin Cities Music Teachers Collective is a group of highly qualified private music instructors who believe in a single principle: Students First.
The goal of the collective is to provide quality private music instruction and to connect teachers and students without the need for a profit-driven third party.
The collective works together to support students and one another in fulfillment of education and artistic goals by organizing group recitals, workshops, masterclasses, and general outreach to bring the art of music to students of all ages and backgrounds in the greater Twin Cities area.
About the Collective
The Twin Cities Music Teacher Collective (TCMTC) is a digital meeting ground for music teachers and potential students, founded by a group of like-minded individuals working as professional musicians and educators in the Twin Cities.
The Collective is not a corporation, and as such does not collect fees from its teachers or from the students they teach. The entire overhead is covered by donations. There is no cost for membership, and no enrollment fees for students. All of the cost incurred by students for lessons goes directly and entirely to the teacher.
To inquire about lessons and scheduling, click on the instructor who teaches an instrument or skill of interest, and send him/her a message. Each teacher schedules students and are subject to the teacher's availability and discretion. Each teacher sets his/her own rates, payment schedules and lessons policies. Some teachers work exclusively from their own studios, often from their home, and others are willing to travel for a small fee.
The Collective works together to plan events, which are available to all students including but not limited to: recitals, masterclasses, seminars, ensemble coaching, and performance opportunities.
The collective is looking for highly qualified and motivated teachers to join us in our mission. TCMTC is interested in candidates who make the bulk of his/her living as a professional musician and/or private music educator, and who do not currently hold prominent university or orchestral positions.
TCMTC is committed to diversity and strives to serve as a reflection of the community. Teachers from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
To submit to the collective, please provide a cover letter, C.V., and at least three references. At least one reference must be from a student.
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TCMTC is currently interested in teachers of, but not limited to, the following instruments: