MM Graduate Assistantship – Fall 2020

The Baylor School of Music is pleased to announce an opening for an MM Graduate Teaching Assistantship in Flute, available for enrollment in Fall 2020:


Includes full tuition remission of all required 15 credit hours of the MM Performance degree per academic year, and provides additional stipend to assist with student fees and living expenses. Renewable for a second year, provided that good academic and performance standing is achieved within the School of Music, and assistantship duties are performed satisfactorily.


All MM applicants must possess – or be working toward – a Bachelor’s degree in Music from an accredited institution, with a minimum 3.0 GPA at the time of application. Applicants must be accepted by both the Graduate School and School of Music. All MM candidates who complete the audition process will automatically be considered:


Graduate Assistants provide 12 hours of weekly service to the School of Music. Primary duties include assisting with Flute Methods course in Music Education sequence, teaching non-major applied lessons, performing in graduate woodwind chamber ensembles, and assisting with operational needs of the flute studio and/or woodwind area. Students are also expected to maintain good standing in School of Music ensembles.


One movement from a standard concerto, with cadenza when applicable.

Two additional works or movements – of contrasting style – from the standard repertory.

Three contrasting orchestral excerpts of the candidate’s choice.


Baylor University School of Music

Baylor University Graduate School

School of Music MM Graduate Assistantships


Dr. Charlotte Daniel, Assistant Professor of Flute