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Recent Auditions
Utah Valley University
  Audition Type: Teaching Positions
  Role Type: Assistant Professor - Female Voice
  Level: Professional

Tabor College
  Audition Type: Teaching Positions
  Role Type: Assistant Professor of Choral Music
  Level: Professional

Brookfield Theatre for the Arts
  Audition Type: Musical Theatre
  Role Type: Lead
  Level: Emerging Professional

  • Auditions Plus, How to Fill Your Recital or Concert
    (April 22, 2015 at 6:32 pm)

    By Mark Stoddard, author of Marketing Singers, a business and marketing guidebook written specifically for singers. This is the 3rd installment of a series on setting up and running an in-home concert.   Anyone can hold a concert. Just like anyone can make any number of products you see or buy in the market place. Making products isn’t the problem. Finding buyers is. With the ever increasing snow storm of advertising and information flashing before our eyes, getting to the … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Meditation and Singing
    (April 16, 2015 at 1:02 pm)

    By Susan Brownfield   Meditation is a practice that has been in existence since before the recording of history. Its origins go back to mainly religious contexts, but it has gained a lot of interest in the scientific community recently as it has been confirmed that the brain is malleable and not as static as we once believed. More importantly, singers can use meditation as another tool in their arsenal to improve their performance abilities. Meditation helps to reduce anxiety … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, High-Flying Tales of Audition Adventure: Finding Reassurance in Odd Places
    (April 7, 2015 at 2:21 pm)

    The path of a musician can be lonely and disheartening at times. But take courage and keep moving forward. The payoff is worth it as you possess the talent and gift to inspire and bless others. Soon-to-be graduate of New England Conservatory Alexandra Gilliam shares some thoughts of her first step toward a career and upcoming auditions.   Gossamer clouds billow past my window, suspended in the cerulean expanse like whales, lazily floating in the ocean. Below me, the patchwork … Continue reading

  • Auditions Plus, Regain Your Creative Joy
    (March 31, 2015 at 4:42 pm)

    By Angela Peterson Winter   There comes a point in many artists’ lives when we begin to feel our art is more of a chore than a joy, more of a job than a passion. When we reach this point, we have a choice: push through, quit, or go in search of answers.   Not long after grad school, I hit this point. It felt like a massive rock that seemed insurmountable. I felt all these expectations on me–to make … Continue reading

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