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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Historical transformations of techniques for overcoming performance anxiety in the context of professional training of a modern vocalist
1 Academy of choral art name V.S. Popov, Russia
2 Moscow regional basic music College named after A. N. Scriabin, Russia
3 Moscow State Institute of Music named after A.G. Schnittke, Moscow, Russia
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This paper studies the problem of overcoming performance anxiety, which, to one degree or another, every musician faces throughout his educational and professional activities. The success of his professional self-realization in the modern socio-cultural space will depend on what productive ways aimed at eliminating negative manifestations of performance anxiety as an integral part of musical performance and gaining organic stage freedom will be found by the future vocalist. The performing activity of a musician can be characterized as an extremely tense, responsible, complex, stressful process. The problem of the relationship between the personality of a musician and his ability to evoke a state of stage freedom during a performance is one of the most interesting topics for research, but at the same time, one of the most difficult to solve. A theoretical analysis of the literature on the problem considered in the paper, the study of the basic practical pedagogical principles of the development of the state of stage freedom in the professional training of a modern vocalist served as the basis for revealing the specifics of the interaction between a teacher and a student on the basis of joint work on the formation of professional and spiritual qualities of a modern vocalist. Based on the analysis of the historical practice of psychophysical trainings, in particular, some ancient Eastern practices; continuity and specificity of the methods, techniques and exercises of the Russian theater school, the paper identifies effective ways of forming the professional qualities of a vocalist's personality, in particular, stage freedom.
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