How To Turn Performance Anxiety Into Performance Excitement

March 21, 2011

Hey Everybody,

In case you’ve never come across it, San Francisco Classical Voice is really fantastic website that’s been around since the first big internet boom in the late ’90s.  Although it bills itself as “The Go-To Place For Classical Music In the Bay Area”, I’m tempted to put a “[sic]” after their motto, because there’s so much material that will be of interest to any musician or fan of classical music.

Their recent article on performance anxiety seemed right up the IPAP alley, so I thought I’d share it with you here.  The author, Dana Fonteneau, is a cello-playing friend of mine who has done a lot of work on the mental aspects of performance.  She practices psychology in the Bay Area.

Five Ways to Turn Performance Anxiety Into Performance Excitement  

Read it there, and if you have any comments and/or thoughts, please share them here @IPAP.

 

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2 Responses to “How To Turn Performance Anxiety Into Performance Excitement”


  1. Alan,
    It is an honor to be included on such a fantastic blog such as IPAP. What you all are doing here is a phenomenal resource that can benefit all performing artists.

    I wish you all the very best!

    Sincerely,
    Dana Fonteneau, MM, MA, MFT
    Creator of the Psychology of Performance

  2. Laura Lentz Says:

    Dear Dana,
    Thanks so much for your fantastic work and for your support.
    It’s greatly appreciated!
    all best,
    Laura Lentz
    IPAP Moderator


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