Music Performance and Education

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This paper explores the application of mindfulness in music higher education. After a brief introduction to mindfulness, the first author, a practicing Chan (Chinese Zen) Buddhist and a performing pianist, shares her experience with mindfulness both as a performer and as a professor. The second author, also a Chan practitioner, a professor of psychology and a psychotherapist, offers commentary.

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Mindfulness Contemplative practice Music education Music pedagogy Chan (Chinese Zen) Buddhism

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Chang, J. & Lin, P. & Seiden, H. M., (2019) “Music Performance and Education”, Performance and Mindfulness 2(2). doi: https://doi.org/10.5920/pam.617

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Joanne Chang (Queensborough Community College of City University of New York)
Peter Lin (St. Joseph's College)
Henry M Seiden (Private Practice)

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