what gives you a better shot of passing the tape round of an audition: sending in an all-natural, unedited tape, or doing some editing and submitting an artificially enhanced tape? and if you do edit your audition tape, is it cheating?
did you know that 12-year-olds in new york city prepare for a test more methodically than most musicians prepare for professional auditions?
our brand new one-week mini-course is live. here’s the entire first training video, called 'how to make your audition preparation plan.’
attending orchestra concerts is something that, over a period of years, can transform the way you speak the language of music.
the only way to earn a spot at the best conservatories and music schools is to start early, work hard and be super, unbelievably prepared at the audition.
guys… welcome back. the first auditionhacker video of the year is out today and it’s about how to restart your practice routine for the year.
our met season is starting TOMORROW, and i’m learning music to record for future videos. i need to practice smart so i don't suck too much.
i broke down the process into 3 steps so you clearly understand how to do it for yourself for this year.
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.
audition nerves happen to everybody. here’s why they happen and how to fix them, with performance psychologist noa kageyama.
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.
i’ve heard lots of marimba players with huge potential shoot themselves in the foot by missing these basic elements of musicality.
guys, it can be confusing to get started with phrasing... it’s unwritten. and it’s very personal. today’s new video is about how to get started.
are you making an audition video at some point this year? here are some tips to not screw it up.
it’s so annoying when you’re trying to get a piece ready for your lesson or for an audition and there’s one part of it that seems impossible.
if you’re the person who practices the MOST, does that mean you’re gonna win your next audition?
i interviewed jake nissly of the SF symphony for today's video! it’s all about how to take musical risks in auditions, and i also ask him how he won 3 principal auditions in a row.
why you can’t let these ‘limiting beliefs’ stop you from auditioning.
how tom reaves went from never advancing to audition machine.
why you can't afford to "wait until you're ready" to start taking auditions.
ok. there are only two words that should go through your mind after you get an audition rejection. “what’s next?”
have you ever experienced being unprepared for orchestra? (you don’t have to answer that.)
a few considerations when choosing your college if you eventually want an orchestra job
i'd like to invite you to step into rob's practice room, aka my new youtube channel!
and 20 mock audition stress-inducers