Strings Around The World is always looking for exceptional new teachers to add to our "dream team" of music educators.


Strings Around The World's teachers are second to none in terms of qualifications, experience and talent for teaching. As a minimum, all Strings Around The World faculty are:

  • Experienced, effective and organized educators.
  • Patient, compassionate, encouraging and engaging people.
  • Formally trained in pedagogical disciplines such as the Suzuki Method, Orff or Dalcroze.
  • Registered members of the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
  • University grads who hold graduate degrees in Music.
  • Engaged in ongoing professional development.
  • Responsible adults whose references have been verified and who have passed yearly criminal record checks.
  • Canadian citizens (residing anywhere worldwide) or non-Canadians with the right to legally work in Canada.

What we offer to our team

  • Competitive hourly compensation
  • The ability to work from home (or from the road if you're a touring musician)
  • Flexible working hours that you can set yourself
  • Access to online scheduling tools to manage your lessons
  • Administrative support
  • Ongoing training in the use of high-tech teaching tools
  • Software and other gadgets needed to teach well virtually
  • The support of a community of like-minded teachers
  • A collegial work environment where every teacher is valued, respected and treated like family
  • Feedback from other teachers through workshops and peer review
  • Exposure and publicity through our Social Media outlets
  • Mentorship from more experienced teachers
  • Continuous opportunities for professional development through workshops, seminars and teacher training

Interested in joining the team?

Send the following to info@stringsaroundtheworld.com to get started with the first phase of our recruitment process:

  • Covering letter indicating your reasons for applying
  • A full resume outlining your teaching and performing experience
  • Proof of completing formal pedagogical training (Suzuki, Orff, Kodaly or similar)
  • A short video demonstrating your teaching style
  • The names and contact information of 3 references including a current or former student (or the parent of a student)