Noa Kageyama

In our interview with Juilliard’s Dr. Noa Kageyama, the famed conservatory’s in-house expert on performance psychology and optimal practice habits, we learned about what you can do to objectively assess your strengths and weaknesses, and focus practice efforts accordingly.

Interview

Chapter 1 - Early Education of a Future Elite Violinist

 

Chapter 2 - The Juilliard Experience

 

Chapter 3 - Falling Into Performance Psychology

 

Chapter 4 - Rethinking Practice Habits

 

Chapter 5 - Mysteries of Violin Intonation

 

Chapter 6 - What Causes Performance Anxiety?

 

Chapter 7 - Only Deliberate Practice Makes Perfect

 

Chapter 8 - Why “Random Practice” Works So Well

 

Chapter 9 - Evaluate Your Mental Strengths and Weaknesses

 

Chapter 10 - Becoming a Bulletproof Musician

 

Chapter 11 - Coda - Technical Innovations for Paganini