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A little nervousness is actually a good thing when it comes to performing, but how many butterflies can one person handle?

If you’re prone to performance anxiety, experienced opera singer Amy Radford can help you harness the fear and use it to power your performance. Learn the tips and tricks of managing performance anxiety at this upcoming workshop. BOOK NOW

Presented by Amy Radford

Sunday, October 26, 2014
1.30 – 4.30 pm

Dudley House Music Studio – CBD Studio
468 – 472 George St, Sydney (Level 4, Studio 402)

Early bird price | $98 (Closes October 9, 2014)
Full price | $112

Amy will lead a presentation and discussion on performance anxiety, providing invaluable techniques that help you turn your fears to your advantage. After a break, three singers at the workshop will put these tips into practice. Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to ask Amy questions about their own experiences.

Places are limited, so please email now to guarantee your booking.
The Early Bird offer is open until October 9 and bookings close on October 20. Payment is required via electronic funds transfer.

Amy Radford, performance anxietyAmy Radford is a peak performance coach who works with performers of all age groups and levels of experience to help them achieve their highest goals.  An experienced opera singer herself, she studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London and has sung at world class venues, including Glyndebourne Opera and The Sydney Opera House.  She has a first class honours degree in Psychology, many years of research into performance and sports psychology and a longstanding passion for, and experience with, helping performers reach their optimal state and perform at their peak at all times.  Her clients develop invaluable techniques which liberate them from their fears and anxieties and give them confidence in their capability to learn at a peak level and ultimately to perform to the best of their abilities at all times.

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