By Reginald Haché
- Release Date - Published: 2016-12-12
- Book Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
- Author: Reginald Haché
Stage Fright Reginald Haché read online review & book description:
Reginald Hach offers the reader the story of his transition from beginning conservatory music student to performer on the worlds stages, who learns to circumvent the debilitating nature of stage fright and go on to a successful career as a composer, performer, and teacher of music. He also inherited relatively small hands from his mothers side, which led him to doing stretching exercises nearly every day of his life and ultimately undergo surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome. In spite of his difficulties, he earned three degrees at the New England Conservatory of Music and went on to make music his lifes work. Playing with a musical score in front of him allowed him to relax and enjoy his many performances.
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