Muskogee – Elementary Music

Contact Jerry Huffer if interested – 918-360-7228.
– Posted on August 6

Moore – Northmoor Elementary – Music Teacher (Grades K-6)

Anyone interested can email the principal at vernona.declaro@mooreschools.com
– Posted on July 25

Elk City – 5th-6th Grade Center – Music Teacher

Applicants can contact Mr. Randy Turner at (580) 225-2687.
– Posted on July 25

Vinita – Will Rogers Elementary – Music Teacher (Grades 3-5)

Email resumes to Superintendent Kelly Grimmett. grimmekd@vinitahornets.com
– Posted July 21, 2017

Cleveland Intermediate School (Grades 3-5)

Cleveland Intermediate School in Cleveland, OK has an opening for a music teacher for grades 3-5.  Go to www.clevelandtigers.com for information.  Don’t let the description confuse you.  There is an art component to the position, but it does not require art certification and how much art is done has been up to the teacher.  The district is great!  One of the most supportive communities you will ever find!
– Posted on July 8

Wagoner – Early Childhood Music Teacher (PreK, K, and 1st Grade)

Please send resume and info to Jeremy Williams wagonerband@gmail.com

– Posted on June 8

Tahlequah – Elementary Music
Tahlequah Public Schools is looking for an elementary music teacher.  They would be responsible for K-5.  Great district to work for and they would be in a brand new building!  They can apply at tahlequahschools.org if they are interested!
– Posted on June 8

MLK Elementary in OKC – Music Teacher

Stephanie Spears is the Principal at MLK Elementary School. This will be her second year as head Principal. She has just received a music teacher position and is looking for a creative, hard working team member who is ready to put her music room into action. Ms. Spears would also like to share that they have class room instruments and music books that can help. The district is looking to adopt Quaver Music a fully internet based music curriculum for Pre-K to 8th grade. If interested email sgspears@okcps.org.
– Posted on June 1

Mark Twain Elementary in Duncan – Music Teacher

The administration and staff are very supportive of the program. For more information contact Duncan High School vocal music director Kevin Zinn at kevin.zinn@duncanps.org
– Posted on June 1

Balko ISD – PK-12 Band and Choir Teacher

Contact Principal, Tammie Heathman, at 580-646-3385 if interested.
– Posted on June 1

Wilson Arts Integration Elementary in OKC – Part Time Vocal Music Teacher

This position would be ideal for a retired teacher who is looking for a little extra money. The position would be 2-3 days a week. We’re flexible!  Currently interviewing for a part time Music teacher. This position is hourly and pays $20.00 per hour with a maximum of 270 hours per semester. Experience with classroom management, lesson planning, and subject standards are preferable. If interested please contact Mrs. Armstrong at 405-587-7100 or Smarshall-armstron@okcps.org.
– Posted on May 28

Sayre needs an Elementary Music/High School Choir Director
Interested candidates should contact Tim Martin at tmartin@sayre.k12.ok.us
– Posted on May 18

Council Grove Elementary School (Western Heights) has an opening for an Elementary Music Teacher.

Interested candidates should text Shelly Braisher, principal, at 405-503-9254.
– Posted on May 18

Lomega School has an opening for a Music/Band Teacher.

The position includes general music (PreK-6th Grade) and instrumental music (4th-8th grades). Interested candidates should contact Karen Castonguay (405-729-4281) for more information.

To apply, please email or fax the following information:
Resume, Certification, Transcript & Reference
Fax: (405) 729-4666
– Posted on May 1

Cleveland Primary School has an opening for an Elementary Music Teacher (PreK-2nd Grade).

Cleveland Public Schools places a great value on the arts program and wants to fill this position for the upcoming school year. The current teacher is retiring at the end of this year. The Primary School is Pre-K through 2nd Grade with 5-6 sections of each grade. The classroom in this building is well-stocked with drums and Orff instruments. It is a large classroom with plenty of space for movement and extra storage spaces adjacent and within the classroom. Anyone interested may go to “Employment Opportunities” at www.clevelandtigers.com to find the online application.  Needed for the application are transcripts, resume, cover letter and references.
– Posted on April 23

Hoover Elementary in Bartlesville has an opening for an Elementary Music Teacher (PreK-5th Grade).

Bartlesville is a community which supports its Fine Arts and Music programs immensely. This is a great school with kids eager to learn music. Interested teachers can apply at http://bartlesville.schoolrecruiter.net/. Any questions can be directed to Alex Rivera at RiveraJA@bps-ok.org or Darlys Lickliter at LickliterDJ@bps-ok.org.
– Posted on April 23


Western Heights (OKC) – Middle School Vocal Teacher

Anyone interested should contact Katie Holmes at katie.a.holmes@westernheights.k12.ok.us
– Posted on August 6

Rogers Middle School/Star Spencer High School – Vocal Music Teacher

This position would be a combined schedule, working with students 6th-12th grades.  Classes begin August 1st. Over the past 12 years, our choir, under the direction of Ms. Armetta Murphy,  has received superior ratings at state contest and asked to give major performances throughout the year. We also have a gospel group called “Essence of Praise”, who are in high demand throughout Oklahoma City and are featured in an annual concert with alumni choir members at the end of each school year.

If interested, contact Ms. Burton, Administrative Assistant at Star Spencer, to schedule an interview by calling (405) 587-8803.
– Posted on July 26

Woodall Public School – Vocal Music Teacher

Interested candidates should contact Linda Clickenbeard at lclink@woodall.k12.ok.us
– Posted on June 29

Minco Public Schools – Vocal Music Teacher

From Kevin Sims (Superintendent) – We are in need of a vocal music teacher.  We have a very strong vocal department, and it broke my heart to see our teacher leave.  We need a strong teacher to lead our vocal program and our children.  I just need candidates to send me an email with their resume.

Interested candidates should contact Kevin Sims – (405) 352-4867 (Work) or (405) 556-0389 (Cell)
– Posted on June 26

Stillwater Middle School – Vocal Music Teacher

Stillwater Middle School needs a Vocal Music Teacher (6th-7th grade choruses and Spring musical). Interested applicants may apply at www.stillwaterschools.com
– Posted on June 8

Balko ISD – PK-12 Band and Choir Teacher

Contact Principal, Tammie Heathman, at 580-646-3385 if interested.
– Posted on June 1

Mayfield Middle School in Putnam City – Vocal Music Teacher

Interested candidates can apply on the Putnam City website – https://putnamcity.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
– Posted on May 28

Edmond Public Schools – Cimarron Middle School Vocal Music

Cimarron Middle School has a wonderful tradition of fine arts education.  This middle school feeds into Memorial High School.  The elementary schools feeding into Cimarron are outstanding.  An application can be found at the following link:

If you have questions about the program, please email Wes Singleton at wes.singleton@edmondschools.net
– Posted on May 25

Glenpool High School – Speech/Debate, Drama, and Vocal Music

Interested applicants please submit a resume and copy of certification to principal, Kim Coody, at kdcoody@glenpoolps.org
– Posted on May 23

Noble Public Schools – Middle School Vocal Music Teacher

Interested candidates should contact Ronnie Fulks, principal, at 405-872-3452. Visit www.nobleps.com to apply.
– Posted on May 18

Sayre – Elementary Music/High School Choir Director

Interested candidates should contact Tim Martin at tmartin@sayre.k12.ok.us

– Posted on May 18

Freedom Public Schools – Vocal Music Teacher

The new superintendent of Freedom, James Miller, a former band director, is wanting to hire a vocal music teacher to start a music program in Freedom.  The school board has approved to build a music program.  This is the opportunity for you to create the music program of your choice.  Contact him at jmiller@freedom.k12.ok.us
– Posted on May 18

Bridgestone Intermediate Center – Western Heights

Info from Jona Tickle (collaborating teacher):

Bridgestone is a 5th & 6th grade center in which I have taught since the building’s first full year 5 years. The new teacher will have his/her own classroom, and be able to collaborate closely  with me from our adjoining classrooms. It would be my hope that we could work together to continue to improve the Honor Choir, as well as perhaps add another choir in addition to the General Music classes that will make up our daily schedule. We recently added a large set of World Music Drums that we use with our 6th grade students.

I enjoy lots of support from the administration here at Western Heights. This district is always eager to find ways for students to express themselves & grow musically as well as academically.

If you are energetic, creative and interested in working in a great building, please contact me at the email address below.
– Posted on May 9

High School Choir Director – Weatherford
Weatherford is a 4A district that has a rich history in choral music and is blessed with a state of the art Performing Arts Center. Each of the elementary sites and the middle school has been intentional about cooperation among the music faculty and has engaged full time choir teachers with the same goals for their students. Our middle school choir also does a Broadway Junior musical every year in the spring with over 100 7th and 8th grade students participating. Currently our high school choir has received high honors at state contests and has a number of All-State Honor Choir members. This choir program has great potential and enjoys incredible community support.If interested in applying please contact Mark Shadid, Weatherford High School Principal at mshadid@wpsok.org or 580-772-3385.
– Posted on April 23

Middle School/High School Choir Director – Antlers

Information from Angela Lindly (current teacher):

This is my 4th year at Antlers and in those years I have grown a program from about 30 kids to about 90 (6th through 12th) The community and parental support is amazing and plentiful. Concerts where always packed and well attended. Expectations include doing a Christmas and Spring Concert as well as most OSSAA, OKMEA and OCDA competitions. The students are used to doing All-District and All-State choir as well as Honor Show Choir (Southeastern Oklahoma State University). They are also used to doing solo and ensemble. We are a 3A school with a little over 1,000 kids district wide.

Antlers is located about 45 min south of McAlester in the southeastern part of the state. You will be working with some great kids who LOVE music and are very passionate about what they do. They need someone who will not only teach but love and care for them. For questions about the position you can contact me at angelalindly@antlers.k12.ok.us or call 580-298-5504 which is the superintendents office for application information.
– Posted April 14

Middle School/High School Choir Director – Grove

Grove Public Schools is looking for a High School and Middle School Choir Director.  We have a new Performing Arts Center, adjoining the high school which will open this summer.  We have talented students just waiting for someone to teach them!  Please contact me at rdozier@ridgerunners.net if interested in applying.  Thank you!
– Posted on April 14

High School Choir/Humanities – Harding Charter Prep in OKC

Information from Laura Gilson (current teacher):

My position at Harding Charter Preparatory High School will be open next year.  The position includes vocal music and humanities teaching responsibilities. The Harding choirs have competed at OSSAA state competition the past four years and received superior ratings the past three years. The program has produced OMEA All State musicians and regularly has soloists and ensembles earn superiors at OSSAA state contest. Several alumni are currently involved in collegiate vocal music as well. The students are motivated and love to perform!

Harding Charter Prep is located in the historic Harding High School building in the heart of Oklahoma City. The mission of the school is to prepare every student, regardless of their background, for college. This is done through Advanced Placement instruction for all students. Harding has received the highest marks from the state and frequently ranks nationally among high schools for its high level of rigor and instruction.

Interested candidates should email their resume to Dr. Mylo Miller, Harding Charter Prep Principal and Superintendent – mmiller@hardingcharterprep.org

I love Harding Charter Prep and will miss the wonderful students, faculty, and administration there.  I am leaving because I feel called to pursue my career in Christian education at this time.
– Posted on April 13

Middle School/High School Choir – Vinita

Information from Paula Kisely:

I am relocating to the Muskogee area due to my husband’s job and will be leaving my job at Vinita Public Schools. I teach middle school chorus for 3 hours, high school chorus, and select choir/show choir. It is a rural area with no outside music resources, but the administration has always been very supportive of the program. Please feel free to contact me at 918-915-0640 or phiseley@yahoo.com for more info. My students are great and need a caring teacher. I hope that’s you!
– Posted on April 13

Middle School/High School Choir – Tonkawa

Tonkawa, OK is in North Central Oklahoma, right off I-35.  Population ~3,000. Halfway between Edmond, OK and Wichita, KS.   Near Ponca City and Blackwell.  Northern Oklahoma College is three blocks away from the Tonkawa Public Schools.

Information from Suzanne Sumpter (retiring at the end of this year):
I teach 6th – 12th Vocal Music – 3 classes of MH choir, and 1 class of HS choir.  Total students ~100.  We are 3A for contest. The classroom is very large because it is the tornado/safe room.  There are built-in risers for chairs or standing.  The HS choir has nice choir robes. We also have a new (2 yr old) Event Center (sports/auditorium) with a sound booth, Steinway grand piano, and head set mics.  Besides concerts and contest, we have presented Broadway Jr. musicals the last 3 years.

I also teach a 7th grade keyboarding/typing class and a MH Drama class, but that may change next year.

The Superintendent is Lori Simpson, 580-628-3597.
– Posted April 5

Middle School/High School Choir – Wells Middle School in Catoosa
Contact Principal Della Parrish – 918-671-5682 or dparrish@catoosa.k12.ok.us
– Posted December 17


Instrumental Assistant – Bethany

Bethany Public Schools has a open instrumental music position for two hours a day, all inquiries to Annie Duggan at aduggan@bethanyschools.com
– Posted on August 6

Band Director/Elementary Music – Rush Springs

The position includes:
– 5-12 grade band (3 periods)
– Elementary music (2 periods)
The position could also be part time, band only. If interested, contact Superintendent Robbie Burch at (580) 476-3929 x203
– Posted on August 1

Middle School/High School Band Director and Technology Instructor – Corn Bible Academy

This position is a head band director position for jr. and high school and technology instructor for jr. and high school. In addition to full time staff salary, this position comes with a co-curricular stipend (pep band, contest, etc). Marching band is optional. Housing options available. Other financial incentives available upon submission of application. Interested applicants should send a resume or contact Superintendent Greg Giles at ggiles@cornbible.org
– Posted on August 1

Assistant Band Director – Sallisaw

The duties include:
– Assist high school band including marching band
– Teaching 2 sections of 6th grade beginning woodwinds
– Assist directing the 7th and 8th grade bands
– Teaching one high school level music appreciation class

Interested parties should contact either Superintendent Scott Farmer at sfarmer@sallisawps.org or (918) 775-5544. Applicants may also contact the head band director, Geoff Webb, at gwebb@sallisawps.org
– Posted on August 1

Middle School/High School Band Director – Locust Grove

Please send resumes via email to obs@lg.k12.ok.us or mail it to Locust Grove Schools, PO Box 399, Locust Grove, OK, 74352. Locust Grove Schools is a 4 day week school.
– Posted on July 16

PK-12 Band and Choir Teacher – Balko ISD

Contact Principal, Tammie Heathman, at 580-646-3385 if interested.
– Posted on June 1

Band Director – Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond

Interested applicants should contact the principal, Brant Breeden, at bbreeden@ocssaints.org.
– Posted on May 5

General Music/Instrumental Director – Lomega School

The position includes general music (PreK-6th grade) and instrumental music (4th-8th grades). Interested candidates should contact Karen Castonguay (405-729-4281) for more information.

To apply, please email or fax the following information:
Resume, Certification, Transcript & Reference
Fax: (405) 729-4666
– Posted on May 1

Band Director – Pawnee

If you are interested, please email your resume to Bobby Miller, High School Principal – bobby.miller@pawnee.k12.ok.us
– Posted on April 23

Band Director – Lone Grove

Interested parties should contact HS Principal, Chris Sudderth – csudderth@lonegrove.k12.ok.us OR (580) 657-3133
– Posted on March 10

Band Director – Wynnewood 

Interested parties should contact Superintendent, Raymond Cole – rcole@wynnewood.k12.ok.us
– Posted on March 10



Instrumental Assistant – Bethany

Bethany Public Schools has a open instrumental music position for two hours a day, all inquiries to Annie Duggan at aduggan@bethanyschools.com
– Posted on August 6

Orchestra Teacher – Carl Albert Middle and High School in Mid-Del

This is a 6th-12th grade program. Candidates can contact the high school principal, Kristin Goggans at kgoggans@MID-DEL.net
– Posted on July 26

Instrumental Director – Harding Fine Arts Academy

Information from Caitlynn Acy (current teacher):

My position as Instrumental Music Director at Harding Fine Arts Academy will be open next year. This position includes string orchestra, wind ensemble, percussion ensemble, jazz combo, and music appreciation. This growing program is full of students who are motivated to perform and excited to improve on a daily basis. The rest of the faculty and administration are incredibly supportive of the arts in education. There are many opportunities for the music program to be involved in the school at large, and students are eager to be involved.

Interested candidates should contact principal and superintendent Barry Schmelzenbach at bach@hfaaokc.org.
– Posted on April 23

Orchestra Director – Edmond Noth

Application inquiries may be made directly to our principal, Jason Pittengerjason.pittenger@edmondschools.net.

Where can I learn more about the orchestra?  www.EdmondNorthOrchestra.com and also our Facebook page.

What is the daily teaching schedule?  I teach four ability-grouped string orchestra classes at the high school, and I begin each day team teaching with one of our 8th grade vertical middle schools.

What are the extra duty responsibilities and stipend?  Like many large high school orchestra programs, the extra duties are vast. Culture building activities take some of the time, as well as fundraisers, regular performances, and special community engagement performances. We also take an out-of-state trip annually. The orchestra will travel with our ENHS Band to London over the winter break of the 2017-18 school year. The extra duty stipend includes the work with the middle school and totals $4800. There are opportunities as well to conduct the pit orchestra for school musical productions, and this comes with an additional stipend.

What are some special features about the Edmond North Orchestra?

  • The ENO has a strong reputation throughout the region as a well organized, high performing ensemble. We performed at the 2012 Midwest Clinic, in Carnegie Hall, and twice at our state music educators convention.
  • The ENO has a section coaching program, funded fully by our Edmond North Orchestra Boosters. Once a week, professionals from the community come to our school to work individually with each section during the school day. 
  • The ENO has a high functioning, well organized parent booster group who maintain 501(c)(3) non-profit IRS status. They hold monthly meetings and annually raise and spend over $15,000 for the orchestra.
  • The Edmond has passed a school bond issue annually for the past 54 years. This overwhelming support allows the orchestra to purchase and maintain high quality instruments, sheet music, technology gear and other necessary equipment.

– Posted on March 26

Higher Education

Adjunct Instructor of Music Education (Instrumental) – Southeastern Oklahoma State University

This part-time position will include pedagogy courses such as instrumental methods, marching band techniques, wind literature, and other courses based on the needs of the department. Candidates must hold a graduate degree in music education to be considered for this position. The ideal candidate will be capable of teaching both online and in-person courses and will be prepared to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Retired band directors and doctoral students are encouraged to apply. To be considered, please email a letter of interest and a C.V. to Dr. Michael Scheuerman (mscheuerman@se.edu) by July 1.
– Posted on June 8

Adjunct Instructor of Trombone/Euphonium – Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Southeastern Oklahoma State University invites applications for a part-time adjunct trombone/euphonium instructor position. This position includes teaching a studio of trombone and euphonium students and holding a weekly studio class. Additional courses may be added at a later date based on the needs of the department and the qualifications of the instructor. The ideal candidate will hold a minimum of a master’s degree, will be qualified to teach students of varied skill levels, and will work to recruit and retain students. To be considered, please email a letter of interest and a C.V. to Dr. Michael Scheuerman (mscheuerman@se.edu) by July 1.
– Posted May 28

Assistant-Associate Professor of Music and Director of Bands for Oklahoma Baptist University

Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, Oklahoma: Assistant/Associate Professor of Music/Director of Bands. Full-time, tenure-track position, requires Master’s degree in music (DMA or equivalent preferred), 5 years demonstrated successful teaching experience at the high school or collegiate level, including responsibilities with marching band, and must be an active member of a local evangelical church and be willing to commit to the vision and mission of Oklahoma Baptist University.

Applicants must submit a letter of application, and OBU Faculty application form: http://www.okbu.edu/businessaffairs/hr/forms.html
Statement of Faith, vita, three current letters of recommendation, and graduate transcripts. Review will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Scan completed application along with other requested materials and send to hr@okbu.edu.

– Posted December 17, 2016

Accompanists and Other Opportunities

Seeking Accompanist – Western Heights

Western Heights is in need of a full-time accompanist for the 2017-2018 school year. Duties include playing for 5-6 choir classes and assisting with some minor administrative tasks. They also need a part-time accompanist for after school musical rehearsals for the months of October and November. These positions may be combined for one accompanist or may be separated into two positions. In interested, please contact Katie Holmes at Katie.a.holmes@westernheights.k12.ok.us.

Seeking Accompanist – Church in Stillwater

I’m in need of someone in or close to Stillwater who would be interested in becoming our permanent church pianist. This needs to be someone comfortable with a church situation and with choral accompanying. Our choir is small, consisting mainly of senior adults and a core of very talented university choral students/voice majors from Randall Stroope’s choir at OSU. Our services are mostly traditional (still use organ with piano, choir robes, etc.). We don’t do “classical” literature, but rather music from catalogs such as Lorenz, Shawnee Press/Hal Leonard, Alfred, Hope, etc.   like to use up tempo rhythmically interesting pieces when I can find them, but we also do plenty of slower pieces as you might imagine. Decent sight-reading and improvisation skills are desirable.

The responsibilities would be Wednesday evening rehearsal 7:00-8:15pm and one Sunday morning service that starts at 11:00, so I need the person from 10:40 to 12:15. The pianist plays the offertory, which should not be more than 2-3 minutes max. That could be as simple as improvising a simple hymn or playing an actual arrangement—whatever works for the pianist. We pay $45 per rehearsal/service, so it comes to $90/week.

I’m anxious to get someone in place before long and certainly before the holiday season if possible.  Anyone interested should contact Dr. Brant Adams at 405.742.8104.

Seeking Accompanist

Edison Preparatory High School (Tulsa Public) is looking for an accompanist for its vocal music program for the coming school year. If you are interested, please contact Robyn Parnell at parnero@tulsaschools.org
– Posted on August 12

Seeking Accompanist

Nathan Hale High School (Tulsa Public) is looking for an accompanist for its vocal music program for the coming school year. If you are interested, please contact Patti Duncan at pgobledunc@aol.com
– Posted on August 12

Seeking Part-time Church Music Director

New Life United Methodist Church in Moore is a small but growing church looking for the “just right” person to lead our music ministry. We are a traditional church that incorporates some of the contemporary music into our worship service but we are not a “praise band” church. Our choir members have a love for God and a love for singing, but they need a leader.   

The choir practices on Wednesday evening and we have one worship service at 10:45 each Sunday morning.  If you are interested please send Kathy Brown an email at rev.kathybrown@gmail.com.   Starting date is negotiable.
– Posted on August 6

Seeking Certified Teacher for Piano Program

Western Heights High School is also seeking a certified teacher for a growing piano program. The teaching schedule consists five group piano classes and one music appreciation class daily. Duties also include assisting with after school musical rehearsals and performances in the fall. If interested, please contact Katie Holmes at Katie.a.holmes@westernheights.k12.ok.us
– Posted on August 1

Seeking Accompanist

Western Heights High School is seeking a full-time accompanist for the 2017-2018 school year. Duties include after school musical rehearsals and performances in the fall. If interested, please contact Katie Holmes at Katie.a.holmes@westernheights.k12.ok.us
– Posted on August 1

Seeking Accompanist

Putnam City High School is seeking an accompanist for the 2017-2018 school year. The ideal candidate would need to be available at least two days per week with more days if desired, as well as after school musical rehearsal accompanying in the spring. Pay is $20/hour. Please contact Rebecca Upshaw at rupshaw@putnamcityschools.org if interested.
– Posted on August 1

Seeking Accompanist

Bethany Middle School and High School needs a pianist. It is for 7hrs a day for $15 an hour, a $1,800 stipend for all school musical and another $800 for vocal music to help with evening programs. Please contact Steveanne Bielich at sbielich@bps.k12.ok.us or405-414-3217

Tulsa Opera – 13 After-School Part-Time Positions

Our new program, Raise Your Voice!, will bring vocal music back to six Tulsa Public middle schools that currently don’t offer it. We are in search of six teachers and six pianists for this program. Days and times for this program will be set with individual schools and are flexible. Before-school will be an option in addition to after-school.

Additionally, we have experienced immense growth in Tulsa Youth Opera and will be hiring an Assistant Director. Tulsa Youth Opera meets Tuesdays, 4:15-6:00.

For more specific information, please visit http://www.tulsaopera.com/employment-opportunities. Application deadline is July 28.

Seeking Bass Handbell Player

From Nancy Krause (Director of Music Ministry; St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in OKC)

I have been blessed for many years to work with some very talented people in my Canticle Ringers handbell choir.  Our roster has folks on it who have rung for over 20 years!  Obviously there are some short-timers out there too, but we have a good record of keeping people in the group.  However, this past year I lost 3 ringers and I am in quite a bind to try to replace them because of the time of our rehearsal and the level of music that we play.

We rehearse on Monday mornings from 9-10:30am.  This knocks out most working people unless they have a flexible schedule.

We play up through level 4+ music.  Currently we do not have any gigs on the books for the upcoming season, and I think that’s a good thing as we acclimate new people into our ensemble.

I am looking for someone who can ring the big bass bells as well as a 4/hand person to ring EF6/7.  I have already replaced the 3rd vacancy with a St Paul’s member.  But these other 2 spots are critical positions and I’m hoping that maybe some of you know a retired individual, or someone who is able to make this time slot who could ring this level of music that you can recommend to me.  The good part of this is you don’t have to give up another night of the week.

To give you an idea of what this commitment would entail, we try to play at St Paul’s a couple times per semester – and that is a 9:30 am time slot.  We always play as a call to worship so the ringer could leave immediately to go to his/her own church.

We will probably plan a Christmas Concert in the fall.  Other than that I’m not sure what will be on the books.

So I appeal to each of you to “share” your ringers or those you know of as you feel comfortable doing so.  I will certainly appreciate you leading me in any possible connection.

Contact Nancy Krause if interested: 405 721 0590


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