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Recent Auditions
Burbank Chorale
  Audition Type: Concert
  Role Type: Section Leader/Soloist
  Level: Emerging Professional

Michigan Opera Theatre
  Audition Type: Other
  Role Type: Accompanist
  Level: Professional

Plug In Voice
  Audition Type: Teaching Positions
  Role Type: Voice Teacher
  Level: Emerging Professional

  • Auditions Plus, Why Winners Win
    (November 19, 2014 at 3:50 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard, author of Marketing Singers, a business and marketing guidebook written specifically for singers.   Many books have been published on the many studies on the lives of successful people. Let me boil it down for you in “Why Winners Win.”   First, the Myths.   Money, Family, Luck, Race. These things are neither a plus nor a minus. Romney, Churchill, Obama and Kennedy had money, family or family connections, luck, etc. Those without them or the perception … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Musical Style: What Is It, and How Do You Get It?
    (November 18, 2014 at 3:54 pm)

    By Carol Kirkpatrick, author of ARIA READY, The Business of Singing   When someone in our industry talks about musical style, just what do they mean? It is easy to hear that the music of the different periods of time themselves sound different from each other. For instance, the music of Mozart (1756 to 1791) reflects the country and its politics, life style, fashions and times in which he wrote his music. His music had a very different style than … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Dealing with Rejection
    (November 13, 2014 at 4:00 pm)

    By Angela Peterson Winter   Let’s face it, rejection stinks! But it’s also inevitable. And, it turns out, the one thing that can keep rejection from sinking its painful talons into your heart and your confidence is: perspective.   I remember vividly my first, and most painful, singing rejection.   I was a senior in high school, eagerly anticipating getting the lead in the fall musical. Since entering high school, I had been told by my choir and drama directors … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, The Blog Book Review: Ach ich fuhl’s – German for Opera Singers in Three Acts
    (November 11, 2014 at 3:04 pm)

    According to the Deutscher Buhnenverein, the association of German theaters and orchestras, there are 130 opera houses in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, almost twice as many per capita than in America. Each year, hundreds of young ambitious American opera singers fly to Europe for an audition tour, hoping to land a singing contract. Although they master German arias, they do not often speak German well enough to be accepted. A new language book, written for English-speaking opera singers and voice … Continue reading

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