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How to prepare for a musical audition or a vocal talent competition - What are some preparation tips for a music audition?
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Host: What are some preparation tips for a music audition? Jennifer Rutherford: Be sure you’re on time. You don’t want to be late. Maybe even 15 minutes early would be a good idea. And be prepared to sing more than one song, in case they want to hear you do a different style of music especially if you’re doing, like we mentioned earlier a piece that you’ve composed yourself. If you have music, bring it, they may have an accompanist, you never know and don’t be afraid to discuss with the accompanist just how you want that piece played. If you have your own accompanist of course this won’t be an issue and you may be allowed to bring your own accompanist at some auditions. But on audition like American Idol of course is A Cappella. So then you just have to be sure that you’re comfortable with your starting pitch before you go in.