Host: Ann Moss (@AnnMossSoprano)

Musicians spend a majority of our art-making time in rehearsal. For performers and composers alike, the rehearsal process is a voyage we take to get ourselves from page to performance. How we interact, structure our time, problem-solve, and the degree to which we allow ourselves to be vulnerable with one another can determine not only the outcome of our performances, but also our personal experience of music-making and even the trajectory of our careers. I’d love to hear about how you approach the rehearsal process, what you’ve learned from preparing music with others, how you have dealt with challenges, and what you think is special about our unique work environment.


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Photo: Members of the Universal Language Project rehearse in Seattle, WA. January 2017. Photo credit: Shaya Lyon