Music resignation letters(5 samples)

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This blog post will show you samples of “Music resignation letters.”

Writing a “Music resignation letter.”

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When writing a “Music resignation letter,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.

  • The first step is to tell your employer about leaving the job and the final work date. Keep it short as the essential part of the letter is the Last Date of your work.
  • Indicate the reason you are leaving your job. It would be best to be polite as you will leave a positive impression on your employer. Maintain your composure when drafting the letter.
  • Finally, thank your employer for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
  • Ensure you proofread your letter before sending it to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1: “Music resignation letters”

“Manager’s Name

Manager’s Title

Company Name

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

Please accept this letter of resignation from the position of music director​, effective two weeks from today. My last day at [Company Name] will be [date].

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I have accepted a position with another company that will further my growth and development in my career. I have enjoyed working at [company name] and will miss my colleagues. However, this new position will challenge my growth and further my career.

During the next two weeks, I am willing to help you in any way to make the transition as smooth as possible. This includes assisting in recruiting and training my replacement. Please let me know if there is anything specific that you would like me to do.

Again, it has been a pleasure working as a part of your company.

Best regards,

Your signature

Your typed name”

Sample 2: “Music resignation letters”

“Today’s Date

Manager’s Name

Manager’s Title

Company Name

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

This letter is to notify you that I am resigning from [Company Name] as a music director. [Date] will be my last day of employment.

This wasn’t an easy decision, because I am grateful for the rewarding employment I’ve had with [company name].  But after long hours of consideration, my decision is now final and I have accepted a position with another company.

Please contact me if I can make the transition process proceed more smoothly.

Yours respectfully,

Your signature

Your typed name”

Sample 3: “Music resignation letters”

“Dear Father Reynolds

It is with a bittersweet feeling that I write this letter to officially inform you that I will be resigning from my position as Music Minister with St. Michael’s Catholic Church effective two weeks from today October 3, 2014. While I have enjoyed every moment I have had in service to this congregation bringing music and the gospel to our members

As you know I must attend to personal family matters at this time. My mother is ill and requires round-the-clock care. Thus she will be moving into my family’s home and I will care for her as long as I am able. You have been a tremendous support to me during this stressful time and I appreciate the times you have prayed with me over the right decision to make. Your encouragement has meant the world to me.

My time here at St. Michael’s has been full of love, learning and growth. I will miss leading the music ministry but my family and I will continue to attend Sunday services as often as we can.

I will look forward to remaining an active member of our beloved congregation. Thank you again for all of your love and support during this time. Please do not hesitate to let me know if I can be of assistance in church or music ministry matters in the future.

Peace Be With You

Diane Ford

Music Minister”

Sample 4: “Musician resignation letters”

“Dear Father Mavis:

This letter is to inform you that I am resigning as Director of the Life Teen Music Ministry effective June 30, 2001. I have not reached this decision easily, but I feel this is an appropriate one at this time.

My position with the Life Teen Music Ministry has been challenging and a true learning experience. Looking back to the beginning of this year, I truly believe the music ministry has achieved quite a turn-around when compared to past programs. This was made possible by the few committed choir members and by the support of my former elementary music teacher, Nancy Rehner. I feel that I need to further explain how I reached my decision to resign.

When I initially decided to accept the position as Director of Life Teen Music Ministry in early September 2000, it was decided that Mikal Gonzales and Mary Stephenson would participate in Tuesday rehearsals and Sunday Masses for the first year that I was hired. On Tuesdays, Mikal was to assist with teaching new music to the choir members. Mary was to do the same along with playing the guitar. Within approximately 4-6 weeks, Vicki Hando and possibly others involved with Life Teen requested a meeting with the music ministry because of concerns with the musical format. As a result of this meeting, Mary and Mikal left their positions with Life Teen Music Ministry. 

Shortly before the Christmas season, Mikal did return to assist with the music ministry at my request. It was agreed that Mikal would attend every rehearsal and help to teach the music. He was also to attend every Sunday Mass, missing only for understandable reasons. As far as I know, everyone was happy with the music format during the Christmas season. 

Complications again arose toward the end of February 2001. Mikal began to sporadically miss rehearsals and several Sunday Masses. At times, I had no prior notice of his absence. I would have to not only plan the musical format with the choir members but also teach the music on those Tuesdays Mikal was absent. He would then show up for the Sunday Mass and change the format. This abrupt change of schedule caused tension to build within the choir and frustration on my part. The full responsibility for teaching and directing was placed on my shoulders, but this is not what was originally agreed upon.

Thank you again for allowing me to be a part of your lives and for your support. I wish all of you grace and love.

Yours,

Jeff Andrson”

Sample 5: “Musician resignation letters”

“Dear Mr. Miller,

I am writing this letter to inform you of my intentions to resign from my position as choir director at Grace of God Church. As you may be aware, my health is on the decline and a few of my family members have recently moved back into town. To best care for myself and my family, I believe it would be in the best interest of all parties for me to resign from my position and hand it over to a new director. My last day will be May 15, 2014, so please consider this as my two weeks notice of resignation.

I truly regret any inconvenience that may be caused to Grace of God Church by my resignation. I would be happy to put forth all effort in selecting a replacement or transferring responsibilities over to another member and in fact, have a few qualified replacements in mind. If you would like to discuss this with me further, please contact me via phone at (555)-555-5555 or email at [email] I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as choir director and have been blessed by the support of all the members. I am sorry to leave the position behind but look forward to having more time to put into my higher priorities. I appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

Yours sincerely,

Caleb Meyer

Caleb K. Meyer

Choir Director

The grace of God Church”

Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a “Music resignation letter.”

How do you write a church resignation letter?

“I regret to inform you that I am resigning from my position as [position title] with [church name], effective [date]. I have given much thought and consideration to my decision. While I have enjoyed my time at [church name], I believe this is the right step for me given [reason for leaving].”

Should I quit my job if it is causing stress?

Before quitting your job, it would be best to ask your employer to reduce the responsibility. If your grievances are not heard, you can then resign from the job. 

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Citations

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