my 3-step plan to recover from a performance you'd rather forget
there’s no magic exercise to fix a shaky soft roll or uneven 4-stroke ruffs, so stop looking. the solution lies in how you practice.
includes VIDEO LESSONS, sticking, technical exercises, suggested tempo, excerpt recording, and recommended orchestra recording.
i asked legendary philadelphia orchestra percussionist angela zator nelson (angie for short) to come explain how she learns difficult mallet licks.
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.
i’m hiring a video editor and an assistant. come join the auditionhacker team in our mission to change the world of music education.
the 12 days of auditions
the 12 days of auditions is a video series starting on october 29th, 2015, where each day i cover a different topic on how to take orchestra auditions.
where can i get it?
each video will be posted at the auditionhacker facebook group, which is a place to talk about auditions for any instrument. click below and join:
...and why's it happening?
because! it's all leading up to the new online mini-course, called how to advance at an orchestra audition 101. you can enroll here: