jane's blog

Thursday, August 23, 2007


Competitions-whether seeking new compositions, conductors, singers, instrumentalists, or the like-need offer adequate time to view and hear the competitors. It is the competitor's responsibility to showcase himself utmost favorably-in his consideration of his showcase material-and it is the responsibility of the competition and it's judges to offer antiquate listening time, without rushing themselves or the participants through the process. Competitions are not about the competition's deadline and the judges' time, but the competitors' talents. If competitor numbers and lack of time are issues, add a day or accept less participants, in order to offer enough individual showcase time.

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