“kick my ass.”
that’s one of the first things that tom reaves, one of my students, told me when we first spoke. i was like, “YES. AWESOME.”
backstory: he had never advanced at an audition. he was struggling with his preparation and not seeing the results he wanted.
i really did kick his ass.
so, starting with lesson #1, i really did kick his ass. tom is an awesome student...he’s willing to try anything and he’ll get really intense about it. he soaked up new information like a sponge, and over the course of about a year, he really became an audition machine.
and…yeah. he had some huge success recently. it’s great.
i brought him “into” the auditionhacker studios so he could explain to you exactly how he transformed his audition process.
want to nail your next audition?
here's the 5-part audition preparation method i used to win a job at the MET orchestra.
(for any instrument!)
today’s blog is the story of 3 students who won life-changing auditions at three different levels: conservatory, an orchestra academy, and a professional orchestra.
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a 3-step process to create a detailed plan for your audition prep so you can be thorough and confident on audition day.
how to know if you’re doing all the right things each day
two things you can install into your audition prep to be more prepared than almost everyone else.
each of them has three things in common
3 reasons why the post-audition hopeless moment is what separates winners from the pack
if nerves are psychological, why don’t they teach us how to deal with this in school? well, they do. his name is noa.
college auditions decide your life, so choosing your repertoire has to be very carefully considered.
your brain has a limited capacity to remember things. here’s 3 ways to deal with that and practice better.