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Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.

The Bulletproof Musician Noa Kageyama

    • Sozialwissenschaften

Ever wonder why you can practice for hours, sound great in the practice room, and still be frustratingly hit or miss on stage? Join performance psychologist and Juilliard alumnus/faculty Noa Kageyama, and explore research-based “practice hacks” for beating anxiety, practicing more effectively, and playing up to your full abilities when it matters most.

    Is Videotaping Yourself Worth the Time and Trouble? And If Yes, How So? (Part 2 of 2)

    Is Videotaping Yourself Worth the Time and Trouble? And If Yes, How So? (Part 2 of 2)

    Athletes have been using videotape analysis to enhance learning and performance for years. But is it really worth the investment of time necessary? Does it lead to meaningful benefits above and beyond practice without video?

    • 8 Min.
    Is Videotaping Yourself Worth the Time and Trouble? And If Yes, How So? (Part 1 of 2)

    Is Videotaping Yourself Worth the Time and Trouble? And If Yes, How So? (Part 1 of 2)

    Athletes have been using videotape analysis to enhance learning and performance for years. But is it really worth the investment of time necessary? What does the research say?

    • 12 Min.
    Mental Practice Not Working for You? This Might Be the Reason Why…

    Mental Practice Not Working for You? This Might Be the Reason Why…

    Research has found that doing mental practice while watching video could be more effective than imagery alone. But if this sort of thing hasn't worked for you, a recent study has identified a reason for why that could be...

    • 6 Min.
    Nathan Hughes: On Being Honest in the Practice Room, and Learning How to Balance Being Analytical and Being Expressive

    Nathan Hughes: On Being Honest in the Practice Room, and Learning How to Balance Being Analytical and Being Expressive

    Met Opera oboist Nathan Hughes shares insights on how he prepares, so that he can play more confidently on stage, under pressure. Not just in terms of practicing the music, but managing the mental game and the uncertainty of reeds as well.

    • 54 Min.
    Structured Vs. Free Practice: Why You Probably Shouldn’t Just Be “Winging It” in the Practice Room

    Structured Vs. Free Practice: Why You Probably Shouldn’t Just Be “Winging It” in the Practice Room

    Research suggests that "structured practice" could lead to much more improvement in the same amount of practice time as "free practice" - but how exactly are the two different?

    • 10 Min.
    How Do Fear, Anxiety, and Other Negative Emotions Affect the Learning Process?

    How Do Fear, Anxiety, and Other Negative Emotions Affect the Learning Process?

    Whether it's an intimidating conductor or the fear of falling short of expectations in a lesson, there are many moments in our music studies where we might experience anxiety, fear, shame, or other negative emotions. Does that just come with the territory and make us stronger, or do such emotions impair our ability to learn?

    • 9 Min.

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