In a new update to our award-winning Blind Auditions orchestra program, we’re adding a new section that addresses auditioning blinds for orchestras across the country.

The updated Blind Audition Service page features a new tab for blind auditioners, who will be able to enter their resume, current school, and current company details and fill out a form.

This should provide blind auditors with a clear path to the right orchestra to audition for, as well as provide a way to connect with other blind auditioning candidates.

The new Blind AudITION Service page is a great way to get a head start on your auditioning process.

We’ve also added an audio preview to the Blind Auditors website, so you can get a feel for what the audition will look like and how the conductor will approach the audition.

The Blind Auditor section will be accessible to both deaf and hearing people, and it will also include a section on how to communicate with the conductor and a section for audition questions.

The page is available in both English and Spanish, and can be found here.

Please let us know if you have any feedback, or if you would like to see more blind auditing opportunities added to our service.