Why just play “Music for 18 Musicians” when you could play it better than you ever thought possible?
If your ensemble is playing “Music for 18” for the first time, Micaela can save you hours of rehearsal by explaining simply and efficiently how the piece works, giving all the players and singers a clear understanding of the whole piece and their individual roles at any given point.
It is often beneficial to organise a preliminary day or two of rehearsals well in advance of a performance, then musicians have time to process the information and work individually on the details. Any singers new to the piece will also need time to practise their articulation and microphone technique. If rehearsal time is limited, then Micaela can transform a competent ensemble in just a few days. In this instance, it is often advisable to use vocalists from Synergy Vocals who can simply “drop in” to the ensemble on the final day of rehearsals.
For ensembles who are revisiting “Music for 18”, having Micaela attend rehearsals will ensure that everyone in the group is performing as effectively as possible. She can also be of enormous assistance to the sound engineer, ensuring that the balance (both on stage and out front) is the best it can possibly be.