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2023 Events and Offerings
Illness as a Path of Healing
The Art of Following Your Body’s Wisdom
In-person program being offered at the Comprehensive Medical Center in Kirkland, WA
Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Dates: October 11th-December 7th
For more information about this exciting program:
25 School Lane
Scarsdale, NY 10583
Live Weeklong Performance Forum
Pathways to Performance Mastery Program—Parts I & IIPTPM Part I-Keys to Discovering and Communicating Your Artistry
PTPM Part II-The Art of Performing Your Best When It Matters Most
Mindfulness and Interpersonal Skills for the 21st Century Musician—University of Tennessee School of Music, Knoxville, TN
Life Design for the Balanced Musician: Structures That Promote Wellness & Performance Success—University of Tennessee School of Music, Knoxville, TN
UVA BrassFest 2021
Online MasterclassesKeys to Discovering and Communicating Your Musical Artistry
February 22, 7:00—9:00 PMThe Art of Performing Your Best When It Matters Most
February 23, 7:00—9:00 PMhttps://music.virginia.edu/brass-fest-2021
Online Series: April 4th-May 9th, 2020
Pathways to Performance Mastery
The Art of Playing Your Best When It Matters Most
Offered at Bard College to the students in The Orchestra Now program.
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 12504-5000
January 30th—10:00-1:30 in Olin Hall
July 2, 2019
The Art of Playing Your Best When It Matters Most, Chautauqua Institution School of Music
Co-taught with Micah Wilkinson, principal trumpet Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Masterclass included one-on-one mind-body performance coaching sessions with students in the Music School Festival Orchestra. For information about the Chautauqua Institution visit: https://chq.org/
June 29, 2019
Utilizing Embodied Self-Awareness for Decreasing Performance Anxiety & Enhancing Creative Artistry.
Presented at the 37th Annual PAMA International Symposium at UCLA. For more information about PAMA visit: http://www.artsmed.org/
March 29, 2019
Taming Test Anxiety: Mind-Body Interventions for Enhancing Performance.
Offered at Carnegie Mellon University as a part of a Topics in Health and Physical Activity Seminar.
© 2015 Gary Jobe Ferguson, Ph.D.