Receiving trial lessons is an important part of the process of applying to music school for prospective music majors.
Use these 7 strategies to leverage your summer months to get you ahead of the game and get ready to face your senior year.
Stage fright, also known as performance anxiety, is one of the most common and perplexing problems we musicians face. You’re in great company if you become nervous when you perform.
Essays, personal statements and résumés for music students can be daunting. So how do you make sure your essay/personal statement stands out from the crowd?
College audition preparation programs assist prospective music majors in getting ready for game day.
A successful music audition has everything to do with whether more competitive music schools will offer you an acceptances.
What happens now if you were not accepted to music school? You do have options.
Sight-reading is an important and necessary skill for music majors. Quite often, they will be asked to learn pieces of music in a very short amount of time.
How to anticipate and prepare for the unexpected as you look ahead to auditions.
Having a successful audition is about more than just luck. Here are a few tips to make your audition more successful.
Surviving music school auditions is like a day-long performance. Here are some hints for making it through:
Staying healthy for vocal auditions is on the minds of every prospective voice major. Inevitably, the timing of auditions coincides with health concerns.
Are you planning to send recorded auditions to schools instead of auditioning live? These tips will help you stay on track.
Since every school is different, tracking your music school applications, pre-screens and auditions is essential!
For high school seniors who are interested in becoming music majors, this is the time of year that’s filled with musical preparation for upcoming college music auditions .
Managing your music audition anxiety is key to your audition success. You want to be at your peak of health, relaxation, and confidence when you stand on that stage. But your anxiety about the outcome can feel like an impossible obstacle.
Butterflies in the stomach; sweaty palms; negative self-talk; stomach pain; dry mouth; excessive swallowing; shortness of breath; fuzzy thinking; avoidance; or giving up. These are some of the signs and symptoms of performance anxiety.
Is your child auditioning for a spot in a music school? Here are 6 tips to support them AND you.
If you’re a high school junior or senior planning to study guitar in college, preparing your guitar audition is probably in the forefront of your mind. Almost every university or college school of music will require you to audition, for either acceptance or scholarships or both.