Attention: Musicians Maxi & Company Auditions Maxi & Company is holding open AUDITIONS for saxophone players, guitarists, and keyboardists. We are looking for players that can play by ear, but also a…

Attention: Musicians

Maxi & Company Auditions

Maxi & Company is holding open AUDITIONS for saxophone players, guitarists, and keyboardists. We are looking for players that can play by ear, but also are familiar with reading music/charts, and also have knowledge in these selected styles, (R&B, Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Motown). Please feel free to visit my site at www.virtuousmelody.com , here you will find videos, my debut album, song samples, etc...

You can email your contact information to info@virtuousmelody.com to sign up. You will be notified via email or phone call, of the audition location and your audition time slot.

What to Bring to your Audition: Bring a prepared song or two (cover and/or original), also be prepared to play a song with the artist. Bring your instruments, good attitudes and contact information. Each artist will have up to 20 min. to audition. If selected, you will be notifed via the contact info you provided.

Don't forget to email info@virtuousmelody.com to sign up if you are interested in auditioning.


We look forward to meeting so many of you! Thanks.

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