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Hillingdon Music Hub offers professionally trained musicians and teachers the chance to inspire young people in the borough. We regularly advertise our vacancies and opportunities online.

Young people playing trumpets

Current vacancies

Peripatetic instrumental and classroom music teachers

We are seeking peripatetic and classroom specialist music teachers to deliver on one or more of our four key strands of activity. Depending on the choice/skills of the postholder, these can include:

  • Peripatetic Teaching (for which we are seeking specialists in guitar, woodwind, brass and percussion)
  • Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (teaching up to 30 primary students at a time on a particular instrument alongside school-based staff)
  • Sessional Curriculum Music Teaching (teaching music to whole classes as a curriculum subject)
  • Singing Teachers/Choir Leaders (working in schools)
  • Accompanists

More details and a link to apply can be found here.

Other providers

For singing projects we sometimes look for multi-talented facilitators who are musicians, songwriters, accompanists and more, and who know how to get the most out of large groups of young people. We work in popular genres as well as classical for these projects and with students at all levels of ability.

We don't have a tender out at the moment for freelance practitioners, but you can register interest in hearing about future tendering opportunities

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