Creating some critical parameters for collaboration with your accompanist will increase the chances that he will play exactly what you want him to play. You’ll have fewer surprises, hear the things you’re used to hearing, and possibly be inspired as you find the freedom to concentrate on what’s most important: getting the job.
10 Easy Ways To Keep Your Accompanist From Blowing Your Audition
So you’ve booked an audition. You’ve got great headshots, you’ve learned the music backward and forward, and you’ve coached it with professionals. You already know you can’t control the results, you just have to do your best, then wait to see if you’re a match. But, you can increase success in one of the most important parameters of your auditions: the accompaniment.