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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 3 2014, 10:18 AM
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Hey guys! We are all related to music, and a nice part of it is to share our music with other people. Sometimes we can show a recording but it's not the same them playing live. We usually start with our family, with friends, but then come the time to play on a real stage and sometimes this can generate some fright that makes it very difficult converting the process in a very uncomfortable experience.
I remember having being very nervous the first times that I've played live, and I must say that I still there is a "nervous" anxiety" feeling before a concert, and it's something normal and at some point is good, it's connected with adrenaline and means that something important between you and the audience will happen.

When the fright becomes impossible to manage and you can't play at all, it is called "stage fright". I wonder who of you have experimented this and how did you solve it. From my experience, practice is the best way to transcend it.

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