....that auditioning in some ways is the least natural thing you have to do as a performer. Any time you perform, you are, at a certain level asking for acceptance. But communication is what really comes to the forefront when you are out in front of an audience performing.
Conversely, when we audition, the need to be accepted tends to push to the front.
The problem with that, of course, is that most of us show our best side, when we really communicate with our music and our voices.
I think we all know people who audition very well. I have quizzed the people I know like that over the years, and what they all seem to have in common is the ability to treat that audition like a performance.
There are various ways to achieve this, some of which include "tricking your brain".
I would like to explore some ways to do this over the next few posts.....