Psychology: Panic in the Orchestra: What Musicians Are Most Afraid of

Mr.

Psychology: Panic in the Orchestra: What Musicians Are Most Afraid of

Mr. Scholz, you are the first professor in Germany for musicians' health with a focus on psychology and psychotherapy. Isn't it every musician's dream to play in an orchestra? The social pressure and social control in an orchestra are immense, and with it of course the pressure to perfect. Because everyone there knows the idealized studio recordings, which are usually heavily post-processed, and believe that that is reality. And then, if in doubt, the live music deviates a little from that and doesn't match your own performance requirements.

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