A true lesson in humilty: updating your resume(s).
As a freelance pianist, it can be difficult to maintain a steady presence in any one area. Many times*, one will take the jobs that are offered/found - and then adapt as needed. Here are some examples: taking a church gig (without knowing how to play the organ), taking a theatre pit band job (never having dealt with keyboard patches/volume pedals/Mainstage), or accepting a piano teaching job (yet having little experience with an expected age group). These are fairly typical events, and the good news is: over time, a freelance musician ends up building many different skill sets.
On the other hand, a freelance musician can watch skill sets go completely unused. That's what I realized after putting together an updated set of rep lists and CV info. I have learned way more Musical Theatre repertoire over the last five years than Classical Voice rep - just because those were the jobs that fell in my lap. Now I have the luxury (in many senses of the word) to ask - what do I want to do? As I ponder this question, please enjoy (and critique if you like) my resume/rep lists as they tentatively stand. Keep in mind these are resumes, not CVs, so I prefer to keep them to one page. Getting a new headshot comes up next. God help me.
*The situation of employment opportunities differ from pianist to pianist, from city to city, and can hinge on that frustratingly elusive element - luck.