METROPOLITAN UNITED CHURCH, TORONTO
Invites applications for the position of
Wayne C. Vance Organ Scholar
This position, beginning in September of 2018, is ideal for students at the undergraduate or graduate level pursuing a career as a church musician and should require a maximum of 10 hours per week.
The annual honorarium will be $9,000.
Applications will be accepted until April 30, and auditions/interviews will be held as soon as possible after that date.
The attached document outlines the position. Wayne C. Vance Organ Scholar Position Description
Metropolitan United Church
56 Queen St. East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2Z3
Music at Metropolitan has released its concert season for 2016-17.
The season includes a variety of concerts from a production of the beloved musical Oliver! through a concert of Baroque improvisation, our annual Good Friday Concert, and the third Marg and Jim Norquay Celebration Concert. The annual Phantoms Spooktacular returns on October 28, with Deck the Halls and the annual Candlelight Carol Service gracing the Christmas season.
During the Doors Open weekend in May, Metropolitan musicians will celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation with Celebration of Canada!.
Download the list here: Music at Metropolitan 2016-17
Metropolitan's music programs for children and youth begin on Sunday, September 15, and all are welcome with no prior musical training necessary.
Metropolitan Sparklers (ages 4-6) and Metropolitan Choristers (ages 7-11) meet on Sunday mornings at 10 am and are directed by Jennifer Martyn and Patricia Wright.
Great Heart ensemble (12 up) meets on Sundays after service at 12:15 pm. Benjamin Stein directs this singing and instrumental ensemble and teaches basic instrumental techniques in guitar, bass, keyboard, drums and singing.