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audition

Physiology the act, sense, or power of hearing

audition

[ȯ′dish·ən]
(physiology)
Ability to hear.
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An X Factor spokesman said: "We did visit Birmingham as part of our Open Auditions in April but unfortunately we will not be returning for our judge auditions.
The application also offers entertainment management entities the ability to host virtual auditions and a curated talent search
Audition dates: Mar, New York, NY; Apr, Rome, Italy
American Idol' 2015 Updates: Garrett Miles, Jess Lamb, Piper Jones Among Best Auditions In Episode 2 (http://au.
One-year positions with the Eugene Symphony Orchestra for section first violin, section viola and assistant horn will be filled by auditions on Nov.
The Warrington auditions take place between 10am-1pm.
And in James Arthur's case, even though thousands attended auditions at the Newcastle Arena last year, he instead first joined hundreds of Teesside wannabes when the X Factor bandwagon rolled into Boro.
It's especially hard for the dancers because it was the show who invited them to audition.
To enhance the overall audition performance, students should dress smartly and comfortably for auditions and also focus on stage presence.
The use of SmartMusic as an auditioning tool will standardize the audition process and provide equal opportunity for development to all musicians.
Perennial "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest also welcomed them and ushered them inside the booth where they waited patiently for their turn to audition.
Audition dates: Feb 15, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Feb 22, Chicago, IL, London, England; Mar 1, Milan, Italy, New York, NY