How to Audition Prep

Auditions can be psychologically hard on singers and sometimes super draining.  This is why going into any audition you have to make a strong commitment to yourself to not take the audition outcome personally. Easier said than done, I get it.

There could be a whole list of reasons why you may or may not get a call back, or why you didn’t make the cut.  It’s all very subjective.

So you can’t really control the outcome, but you CAN control the process leading up to the audition. So let's get specific on what you CAN control:

If you’ve checked the box for each of the things you CAN control going into the audition, then the rest is up to the audition itself - this includes the audition panel, what they’re looking for etc. So focus on your prep and let go of the rest!

3 Essentials in a Preperformance Routine


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Mini Vocal Workout for Breathy Singers (high voice)


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This morning workout, one for high voices and one for low voices, will get your voice into its optimal place for both singing and speaking. It stretches up to your full range and targets your speaking voice area leaving you feeling more resonant and ready for the day. 


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