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Performance Success

Offers an in-depth and more advanced approach to resolving performance issues.

6 reviews for Performance Success

  1. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “What Don teaches is incredibly important because it’s a huge part of winning auditions.”
    Jennifer Montone
    Principal Horn, Philadelphia Orchestra

  2. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “After spending my teens and twenties playing rock and roll, I began playing the cello at 29 and a decade later now play at a professional level. Along the way I have experienced plenty of psychological bruises in performance situations–which, thanks to this book, I learned were self-inflicted. Performance Success has provided me with plenty of “right-mind” ideas for dealing with performance anxiety, which I have tried out successfully on stage. If you’ve ever dealt with nerves before performances or auditions, this book is a must-read!”
    Stephen D. Lange, San Francisco

  3. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “As soon as I started applying these strategies, things started happening. I felt like I unlocked the secret to winning auditions”.
    Stephen Lange
    Trombone, Boston Symphony

  4. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “I believe strongly that the key to winning an audition lies in identifying the stresses that affect all musicians and performing artists, and learning how to become more comfortable with your abilities by accepting both your strenths and weaknesses. Winning an audition is a game, and whatever you can do to prepare yourself psychologically is a help. This book categories the psychological activity that accompanies the lead up to an audition or performance, and allows you to set up a regime of positive thinking and relaxation that will inspire you to achieve more from each of your successive performances. I think it is an absolutely essential addition to any serious musician who really is determined to pursue their dreams. Too many of us engage in “doomsday thinking”, and don’t allow ourselves to find out what we could really achieve if we just gave ourselves a fighting chance. Obviously you don’t have to use everything in the book, but as a professional violinist, i highly recommend it to any of my colleagues who have problems focusing on achieving a good performance in the meager ten minutes that we often have to prove ourselves.”
    Violinist, Sweden

  5. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “This book emphasizes on how to manage your fear, stress, emotion and all situations that will not let you perform adequately. Mr.Greene gives some good examples on how to use your right side of the brain, the place where everybody would love to be. Also there is a series of questions that will let you know at what level of performace you are at that moment, and according to the score, he tells you how to improve on it. So all you people out there looking for a book on self control in front of an audience, this is it!”
    Paul Castro
    Miami, Florida

  6. Rated 4 out of 5 review

    “Don Greene is good at explaining how to utilize your “right brain” for performance purposes. It’s harder to work through the material in book form, but if you can’t get his CD or work with him personally, the book is great. I would definitely recommend it.”
    Erica A. Shirts
    Ann Arbor, Michigan

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