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6 Simple Tips to Crush Your Music School Audition

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Preparing for an audition at a Music School can be very intimidating and stressful.

The preparation is not easy, and practicing for 40 hours every week does not even guarantee your acceptance. 

The truth is, many people think they are ready for their audition and when the time comes, they do not perform well for the simple fact that they know

 their performance is being evaluated. 

Here are some simple tips to deal with the stress of the situation.

6 Tips To Master Your Music School Audition 

  • Practice For A Professional: During your audition preparation, if you have the opportunity to practice in front of a Music Professional you will gain some insight on what to expect for your actual Music Audition. 
  • Choose the Appropriate Repertoire: There may be some restrictions that you will be given before your audition, however, you should try to choose a repertoire that makes your musical abilities stand out. Take the time to choose the right pieces for your audition. 
  • Practice: Be sure to prepare for your audition at least six months in advance and practice as much as possible. 
  • Rest: Before your big day it is crucial that you not tired or fatigued. Allow yourself the time and rest that is necessary before your music school audition. 
  • Confidence: Making a positive first impression when you walk into the audition is critical to stand out. It is important to walk into your audition with your head held high and a smile on your face. 
  • Thank-You Note: Once your audition is complete, you should consider sending a thank-you note to the faculty for taking their time to consider you for their school. This is one last way to make a lasting impression. 

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