Tips for Getting Ready to Casting or Singing Audition

by Central Coast Conservatorium music education
This year, it's decided, you come to The Voice! And the first step is the casting! But you do not know how to put all the chances on your side to hold the attention of the jury. Which song to choose? Should we take risks? Is it absolutely necessary to show all that one knows how to do with one's voice? What do the members of the jury want?

Here Are Some Tips for Prepare For Auditions?
  • Choose Your Song!
The choice of the song is often decisive during a casting. Choose a song that you like, of course, but not only. If possible a known song, whatever the style. Avoid all the same songs too heard, unless you make a completely different version.
Remember that your song must be "compacted" in 2 minutes (at least for the video you have to send to the casting team). In this limited time, there must be a maximum of things, the jury must have a good overview of your vocal potential. But this is not a reason to neglect the "rise" of the song: it is the frustration of the waiting that makes the takeoff strong in sensations!
  • Give Meaning to Your Interpretation!
What will make you stand out in the cast, sometimes with equal technique, and sometimes even if your technique is worse, it's the interpretation. When we sing, it's not a free act.
It is not because your song should help to put your voice in value that it should be used as a pretext to make a pyrotechnic demonstration of your singing skills! Everything you do vocally must be justified, everything must make sense.
So work on the performance and give the public and the jury chills
  • Manage Your Stage and Be Really There, from the Beginning of the Song!
In order to manage the stage fright during your casting and to reinforce your presence (and therefore your charisma) on stage, nothing better than being here and now, in full awareness. If you are familiar with meditation, do not hesitate to do a little session before Music Auditions.
  • On Stage: Do Not Think About Technique, Break Out!
If you want your audience to have fun listening to you, enjoy singing! It will not happen if you are completely focused on your vocal performance. As I usually say, once on stage, like the baccalaureate, it's too late to revise! If you enjoy singing, however, you will have the right bodily energy to carry your voice and activate all the technical actions you learned upstream.

Remember that connecting to the story and planning to tell the other person in the song (while watching your audience) can also be very effective against stage fright.

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