So I'm not sure if this falls under "Orchestral Technique" per se, but it is a form of technique I am a hick from the rural countryside and I didn't really grow up around classical music. I try my best to cover it up, but it still slips out sometimes. I'm auditioning at a local university to join their student orchestra and am meeting the conductor Tuesday. While yes the audition is frightening, I'm also terrified of looking like an idiot by not speaking in the classical language. For example, is it "Beethoven's Fifth," "Beethoven's Symphony Number Five," "Beethoven's Fifth Symphony," or does it matter? Is a list of pieces during a concert a setlist? Is how loud I'm playing called "volume" or something else? Those are all examples and I'm sure there are plenty of phrases that I don't know that I don't know. I'm not around classical musicians enough to ask and I don't want to look like a complete idiot around my instructor or the conductor. Thanks all!