Analysis on Psychological Factors to Affect the Vocal Stage Performance

Xihong CHEN


The stage performance is an important part of artistic practice for vocal students. To perfectly express the music on stage is the dream of every vocal music performer. This essay is about analysis of the psychological factors to affect the vocal stage performance and to explore the reasons for stage fright and the methods to overcome this, to enable students to further enhance the level of their vocal music.

Key words: Vocal music; Stage performance; Psychological factor


Vocal music; Stage performance; Psychological factor


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