Fri 26 Jul, 2013 04:39 pm
Got a question about my CV.
This last year I've been building up my directing portfolio, and the issue is that the first opera I directed was actually a massive respectable thing with young artists and London Symphony Orchestra, which I basically managed to blag without really knowing what I was doing properly. Anyhow it went fine, but then this year I've really been working on just getting as much experience and learning from as many different things as possible. Anyway, the question is how do I put this on my CV, because people have said that they can't really see a 'progression' through the last year, but then if I ordered it in terms of importance it might look as if there were loads of gaps.
@The Pentacle Queen,
As an olden receiver of gobs of requests to hire, which were directed to us because we had a legitimate business in an interesting place though we never were interested in hiring..
I'd cut it to the bone, say what is true. Someone with brains might notice.
Last thing I wanted to read was promo. I'm sorry, but some of them were unintentionally funny.
CV is used in North America as well - usually in academia.
Thanks Beth, guess I'm not very academic