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Recent Auditions
University of Memphis
  Audition Type: Teaching Positions
  Role Type: Artist/Teacher of Voice (Soprano/Mezzo Soprano)
  Level: Professional

First Parish in Cambridge
  Audition Type: Church/Temple
  Role Type: Section Leader/Soloist
  Level: Emerging Professional

Violette Productions
  Audition Type: Concert - Musical Theatre
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Emerging Professional

  • Auditions Plus, Like It or Not, You Are in Marketing
    (September 18, 2014 at 4:34 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard   The following is an excerpt from Mark’s best-selling book Marketing Singers, a business and marketing guidebook written specifically for singers. It is available online at”   Occasionally I like to dabble in online forums. I prefer the original Greek and Roman public forums far better than today’s. They were open areas of public discourse where ideas could be traded, honed and either added or discarded. Today’s forums are too often guilty of producing more heat … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Who Inspires You?
    (September 17, 2014 at 5:43 pm)

    By Michelle Latour   What made you decide to pursue singing? Many singers are inspired by someone they admire or who encourages them: a choir director, a voice teacher, or a parent. Others are moved and forever transformed after watching a particular performance or singer.   I was inspired by many wonderful teachers and mentors along the way–Jody Topping, Joy MacIntyre, Margaret Schaper, Mary MacKenzie, and Ann Baltz–but three stood out as being instrumental in helping forge my path. My … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Finding the Right Voice Teacher
    (September 12, 2014 at 12:50 pm)

    By Carol Kirkpatrick, author of ARIA READY, The Business of Singing   This topic is of paramount importance as you go forward with your goals and aspirations of having a singing career. A great voice teacher, in addition to being able to teach vocal technique, should be trustworthy, responsible, knowledgeable, imaginative, inspirational and a great communicator. And I cannot stress this point enough: acquiring and maintaining a solid vocal technique is arguably the single most important element necessary in establishing … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, When Writing Your Next Flier or Announcement . . .
    (September 10, 2014 at 1:28 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard   How many words should your flyer or advertisement contain inviting people to your concert or performance… assuming you want a full house? How many words should your advertisement contain?   Simply put, the length of a flier, a concert recital announcement, or an ad is strictly based upon its purpose. You should only use enough words to accomplish that purpose. Not a word more or less.   The point is to make a sale.   The … Continue reading

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