Medo de palco: estratégias para o controle

Soraia Valéria Lüders Berti, Miriam Grosman

Resumo


Medo de palco, também conhecido como Ansiedade na Performance Musical, acomete um número significativo de músicos profissionais, cujo desempenho pode ser prejudicado por uma síndrome que envolve a referida situação. O presente trabalho tem por objetivo conscientizar, compreender e sugerir estratégias básicas que possam auxiliar e amenizar os sintomas da ansiedade excessiva antes e/ou durante a performance.

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Medo de palco; Ansiedade; Performance musical

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