Performance psychologist and Juilliard graduate Dr. Noa Kageyama teaches musicians how to do their best under pressure.
Noa Kageyama: Performance psychologist
IN MADISON this Wednesday and Thursday!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Workshops Wednesday 10/9 and Thursday 10/10 in Morphy Hall, 7-9 pm
“The Psychological Skills of Top Performers.”
Colloquium Thursday 10/10, noon-1 pm in Mills Hall
Performance psychologist Dr. Noa Kageyama is on the faculty of The Juilliard School and is the performance psychology coach for the New World Symphony in Miami. He specializes in working with performing artists, teaching them how to utilize sport psychology principles and more consistently demonstrate their full abilities under pressure. Dr. Kageyama’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Musical America, Strings Magazine and “Lifehacker.” He maintains a private coaching practice and authors a performance psychology blog called “The Bulletproof Musician.”
THIS IS A FABULOUS BLOG TO SUBSCRIBE TOO!!!
- How Many Hours a Day Should You Practice?
- Is Slow Practice Really Necessary?
- Five Best Metronome Apps
- How to Make Performance Anxiety an Asset Instead of a Liability
- 3 Reasons Why Beta Blockers Could Ultimately Be Holding You Back
- What Every Musician Ought to Know About Stage Fright
- Does Mental Practice Work?
- Two Things Experts Do Differently Than Non-Experts When Practicing
- How to Become a More Confident Performer
- Use These 7 Key Preparation Tips to Be More Successful at Your Next Audition
- The Best Time of Day to Practice
- The Importance of Writing Notes in Your Music
- Perform Better Under Pressure by Tweaking This One Belief
- Five Best Recording Devices
- How to Start Believing in Yourself