Writing a motivation letter while applying for a Piano Teacher position will help you distinguish from the other candidates, especially in case employer receives large number of applications. Also, the letter helps the employer to sort out the suitable candidates from the endless lists of applicants. Therefore, a motivation letter should be attached to the Resume every time you send an application for a job position.
777 Oak Street
65 Athens Place
Washington, DC 20521-3290
Mobile Phone number: 555-555-5555
Date: July 1st, 2015
Indiana School of Arts
Indiana – 46205
Subject: Application for the position of piano teacher
Dear Ms. Swank,
This application for the position of piano teacher is to know if there is any opening for the position of piano teacher at your music school. I am fascinated to offer my exceptional training skills and knowledge for the students of your school, as your school posses a valuable reputation in this branch, especially your piano department.
I graduated at New Your Music School one year ago, at specialized programme in music theory and piano teaching with specialized focus on advanced level piano lessons for student from different age categories. Also, after graduation I worked with Grand and Vertical pianos, giving lessons, but concerts as well. Having music education since childhood, I have vast knowledge in music principles, history, melody, tempo and beat. I am available to work every day at a week, but weekends as well.
I would be very grateful if you consider me for this position. Also, I would be honored if I get opportunity to teach at your school, as the strongest music school in Indiana with modern teaching and educational techniques. In the Attachment I am sending you my Resume for your closer consideration. If you have any further questions regarding my application, please feel free to contact me via mail or telephone.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration,