This flow materclass is the last in a three-part peak performance series with performance pscyhologist Andreas Burzik. Watch Andreas Burzik work with members of A Far Cry to test strategies and tools for finding "group flow" in a larger performance setting.
About Andreas Burzik
Classically trained violinist, with advanced degrees in Psychology and Psychotherapy, Andreas Burzik is at the forefront of a breakthrough in performance psychology. Motivated by the often rigid and frustrating practice methods of many of today's music students, he developed a method towards practicing strongly influenced by the works of "Flow" psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and his own research. Burzik's "Practicing in Flow" has helped scores of students, as well as professionals, conductors, teachers and ensembles. In addition to his practice in Bremen, Germany, his is also the psychological coach for the students of the Academy of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and well as an active lecturer and workshop leader. His visit to Boston, sponsored jointly by NEC and A Far Cry, will be his professional debut in the U.S.
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