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How to successfully record an audition video
place: digital (Zoom)
time: 14.30pm – 16.30pm
We’re happy to present a very practical December workshop to you: This time we’ll learn how to record and edit our own audition videos.
Audition videos are important to all singers these days, as they are needed in nearly every application process in order to be selected for live auditions.
Sound engineer Sebastian Kienel from Hochschule für Musik und Theater München will explain to us from a technical angle what is needed exactly to create our own recordings in sufficient quality. He will step by step lead us through the whole process of the actual recording session, the necessary equipment and how to deal with it, and how to edit your recording afterwards to receive a file ready to send or upload online.
A workshop to enable you to deal with the recording process at ease and give you the opportunity to focus on what actually matters: Singing and presenting yourself artistically the way you wish.
Register quickly and be there!
You’re interested? Great!
Please sign up by writing us a short email to email@example.com until Friday, 9h of November. We will send you the link for the meeting the same evening.
Please note that the main lecture in this workshop will be held in German.
You’re also welcome to join later, leave earlier or stay afterwards for a discussion with the other participants.
We’re looking forward to welcome you at our next workshop!
The Jeunesse Workshop Team
It’s summer and you’ve just finished your master’s degree in Berlin. Theater and music are your life and now you want to get started – whether as a musician, singer, or director. Of course, you’ve been to many theatre performances and have already gathered many impressions, perhaps you’ve even done some work as a freelancer at the theatre – unpaid, of course. What are you going to do?
Art opens up spaces in which ideas, reflections and emotions can be developed and negotiated.
Spaces for all of society!
(„Diary“: without claim to completeness. Freedom of the imagination. Scraps of thoughts. Any resemblance to allegedly real scenes is purely coincidental).
Presentation of the concept (Konzeptionsgespräch). These introductions are important. But I don’t like them!