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Virtual Webinar! series 7: Conquer Stage Fright: Perform with confidence

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The Series of Webinars for Professional Development in the Arts aims to provide opportunities for college students, professors, practitioners and researchers to participate in webinars with internationally recognized leaders and experts in music and arts education. This program has strengthened international collaboration among educational and research institutions in Argentina, Canada, Cyprus, Brazil, England, Mexico and the United States. Initiated in February 2010 at the Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, the Seventh Series is also simultaneously transmitted at the University of Cambridge, Ball State University, Benedictine University, Simon Fraser Unviersity, University of London, Universidad Veracruzana, Gettysburg College, Conservatorio de Música de Chihuahua, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte, University of Cyprus, SEEECH , and IIIECH . You are cordially invited to participate in this collaborative effort to bring the latest advances in music and arts education research, and their implications for practice in the arts.

In this workshop you will learn about the cause of and cure for stage fright. You will learn practical tools to immediately reduce the negative consequences of excessive physiological activation. Learning to manage your physiological activation is an essential performance skill.


Jon Skidmore, Psy.D., is committed to getting the psychological tools of peak performance and mental toughness into the minds and hands of performers of all ages and stages. He is a performance coach, practicing psychologist, educator, researcher and musician. He teaches the Psychology of Music Performance at the Brigham Young University School of Music and has a private psychological practice in Orem, Utah.

This talk is part of the Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture in Education (PLACE) Group Seminars series.

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