UW Student Ambassadors wanted

Campus and Visitor Relations is now hiring student ambassadors to represent UW–Madison as information guides beginning this fall.

Information guides assist students, faculty and staff, prospective students and their families, visitors, and members of the community access information about the campus and surrounding area through the Campus and Community Information Welcome Desk at Union South and Memorial Union, and at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery. They serve clients in person, over the phone, by e-mail, and through live chat.

Working as an Information Guide is a great springboard to many career opportunities. As information guides, students will sharpen their communication, problem-solving, customer service, and leadership skills while working in a fun, fast-paced, and dynamic environment.

Starting salary is $10/hour with opportunities for advancement. More information and a link to the online application is available here: https://info.wisc.edu/about-us/student-employment/. Applications are due by 9:00 a.m. on Friday, July 28.

Campus and Visitor Relations is an equal opportunity employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Please let me know if you have any questions. We thank you in advance for any help you can provide in promoting this student leadership opportunity through your communication channels.

Warm Regards,

Nancy Hoffman

Nancy Hoffman | Interim Director
Campus and Visitor Relations
University of Wisconsin-Madison
nancy.hoffman@wisc.edu | 608-265-2008
1308 W. Dayton St. Madison, WI 53715

Artistic Director, Choral Arts Society

Choral Arts Society Chorale of Madison seeks Artistic Director

Direct an amateur community choir of 25 – 40 singers in weekly rehearsals, develop program themes, select concert music, work with the Choral Arts Society board to promote the choir and recruit singers. Direct two concerts per semester: 1 free performance at an area senior residential community, followed by a paid concert in a local venue.

The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings (14 weeks per semester) at Immanuel Lutheran Church on the near East Side of Madison.
Fall rehearsals begin in September to prepare for concerts in early December
Spring rehearsals begin in January and culminate in spring concerts in May

This is a paid position.

Knowledge of vocal music, singing technique, and choral repertoire both sacred and secular; music conducting experience; desire to help a group of amateur singers of all ages perform to their best ability while also having some fun.

At this time, we plan to hold auditions for interested applicants in early August.

Please submit a letter of interest to:
by July 31


Submitted by:
Deana Hipke, Treasurere
Choral Arts Society Chorale of Madison


Pianist desired for August 1

Pianist wanted, August 1, 5 – 7pm

My husband and I will host in our home, on Madison’s west side, a reunion of participants who took a CONOCER trip to Mexico last winter. We are looking for, and will pay, a pianist to accompany a sing-a-long using the Rise Up Singing songbook. Rise Up Singing indicates chords, but not the individual notes. We have a beautiful Knabe upright piano, which will be tuned for this occasion.

Doris Dubielzig

608-239-4196 (Cell), 608-233-0676 (Home)


Multi-skilled reed players desired

Stage Q is seeking a person who can comfortably and confidently play multiple reed instruments (and the flute too!) for William Finn’s Falsettos. The Samuel French rental parts call for one person who can play Flute, Oboe, Alto Saxophone, and Clarinet and the score is strong with elements of klezmer, gospel, rock, and jazz. Reed Parts are available for pick up and rehearsal as of August 16.

Falsettos will play 12 performances from Sept. 28 (Thursday) through October 14 (Saturday afternoon matinee) at the Bartell Theatre off the square in downtown Madison. There will be two dress rehearsals (Sept. 26, 27), one orchestra read-through (TBD), and one sitzprobe (TBD). Steve Radtke will play piano/conductor score, Katie Covi additional synthesizer, and Dr. J. Adam Shelton will direct the music.

This is a paid engagement. Please contact directly for more details.

Dr. J. Adam Shelton

Jazz combo wanted for Art Dept. reception, August 31

UW – Madison Art Department MFA in Studio Art program

The art department will host a gallery reception and meet-and-greet event for their new MFA students on Thursday, August 31. The event will take place at the Art Lofts building 111 N. Frances Street, from 5:00 – 7:00pm (the space will be available for set-up beginning at 4:00pm). We are seeking a small jazz combo to play the full two hours. This would be a volunteer gig. If interested please contact Branden Martz, Graduate Student Services Coordinator at martz2@wisc.edu or call 608-262-3685.


Branden Martz

Graduate Student Services Coordinator
UW – Madison – Art Department
6241 Humanities Building
455 North Park Street
Madison, Wisconsin
branden.martz@wisc.edu – (608) 262-3685

Pianist wanted, August 1

The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, a unit within the School of Medicine and Public Health, is looking for a pianist to play background music during the registration hour before our research volunteer appreciation event. A mix of tunes from the 40s, 50s and 60s would be ideal, but we would be happy with jazz or classical too. The event will take place Tuesday, August 1, 2017, at Dejope Residence Hall in the Lake Mendota Room (a piano is available in this room); we are looking for a pianist for 5-6 p.m. This is a volunteer gig, but a tip will be paid.

Rebecca Wasieleski
Phone: 608-262-2687
Email: rwasiel@medicine.wisc.edu

Wedding musician wanted-Sept.

Seeking musician (cellist, classic guitar) to play for our wedding September 23rd. The ceremony is at 4:30 and we’re looking for someone to play before the ceremony at 4:00 and a song or two during and after – probably about an hour total. It is an outdoor wedding at our farm in Waterloo, WI. We’re happy to pay for your time – please let us know your rate and experience.


Thank You,

Zac and Brooke




Part-Time Piano Teachers Wanted Immediately

Musical Pathways Foundation in Waunakee is growing rapidly and we need enthusiastic and qualified PIANO teachers! The dream schedules of every teacher that has contracted with Musical Pathways has filled quickly with high quality students. We currently have students waiting for YOU! Whether you are a teacher desiring to work on one afternoon or many days/hours, give us a call.

Why Teachers Work With Us:
We handle all billing and administration
We supply students- No recruiting needed
Choose your OWN hours
Flexible start date
Work from home studio or at Foundation or travel to student homes
Amazing master class programming
Unique skillmasters motivational curriculum
Competitive salary
Send resume to Andrea at musicalpathways1@gmail.com

Musical Pathways Foundation
(608) 576-6688