Visualizing performance gains performer’s confidence

Visualizing performance gains performer’s confidence

Visualizing performance gains performer’s confidence

Performing a piece of music is not easy. In fact, many musicians don’t perform at all because they are so afraid of doing it in front of the audience, especially if the performance is by heart. Mental practice is defined as the rehearsing a physical skill in our mind without actual movement. The most effective way of mental practice is visualization. In piano practice, it means imagining the act of playing the instrument in the mind’s eye, with the eye closed. It has been argued that visualisation, in this context, is more effective than vision alone.

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