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Nashville Symphony Seeks Accelerando Manager

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AccelerandoPhoto1The Nashville Symphony seeks a full-time Manager for our ground-breaking Accelerando program, to begin employment in January 2017.

Accelerando is an intensive education program designed to prepare gifted young students from under represented ethnic communities for pursuing music at the collegiate level and beyond. Accelerando seeks to create professional opportunities for these students by providing them with instruction, mentorship, performance experience, and assistance with applying for music schools.

AccelerandoAccelerando has garnered national attention from the media and other organizations since it was initially launched in the fall of 2015. The Nashville Symphony was awarded leadership funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the implementation and roll out of the program over the next five years as it grows to a full enrollment of 24 students.

If you are a music educator interested in applying:

Click here to view a brief outline of the Accelerando program on the Nashville Symphony website.

Click here to view the Accelerando Manager job description and link to the job application.

To learn details about Accelerando, check out the following articles here on Off The Podium:

Nashville Symphony Announces Accelerando

The Accelerando Begins

Mellon Foundation Awards $959,000 to Accelerando

Understanding Accelerando: FAQ

Announcing the Accelerando Inaugural Class

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Update October 29, 2017

We are no longer taking applications for this position. Thank you to everyone who applied!


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