In these 2-part classes, Amy will be talking in detail about, and exploring ways, to combat and cope with the unwanted effects of performance anxiety. Anxiety can impact musicians in many ways, most commonly the physical - such as shaking, dry mouth, pounding heart and rapid breathing, but also the psychological effects - such a worry, how this mounts and learning to manage this both on the lead up and during a performance. The impact of performance anxiety can have a profound effect on us as performers and can negatively affect our ability to perform to the best of our ability.
This class is suitable for both performers who want to learn to overcome performance anxiety and also teachers who are supporting students in this area.
March 29: Part 1Understanding performance anxiety: why and how it manifests itself, understanding the root cause and how it cycles itselfMarch30: Part 2Exploring ways to deal and treat performance anxiety.
In both sessions there will be opportunity to share experiences, raise questions/topics to discuss and reflect.
Please feel free to attend anonymously if you prefer, simply change your name as you enter the session and turn off your camera. You will still be able to participate and ask questions if you wish, or you can just watch and listen if you feel more comfortable.
Classes held via zoom, limited to small numbers. This event has multiple classes.
Missed a class? You can still purchase a ticket to access the recording.
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