Saturday, May 12, 2018, 10 am – 12 pm
at Community Music School, Studio 8
$30 Per Person. For students of all ages and open to the public!

Butterflies…trembling hands…racing heart… Sound familiar? Are you a musician who struggles with stage fright? Then you won’t want to miss this workshop. We will be looking at the roots of performance anxiety, the common symptoms, the most popular remedies, and tricks, tips, and techniques that you have probably never heard of! This is your opportunity to listen, learn, and share with other musicians. You will leave feeling hopeful and prepared to tackle your performance anxiety head-on.



About Cheryl Six

Cheryl Six is an active performing flutist and instructor, specializing in piccolo. Cheryl served as piccolo player in the US Coast Guard Band from 1977 until her retirement in 2007, and currently performs with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, a position she has held for over 35 years. In addition, Cheryl is often heard in the flute sections of the Con Brio Choral Society Orchestra, The Connecticut Flute Orchestra, and other Connecticut ensembles.

After retiring from the US Coast Guard Band, Cheryl pursued a life-long interest in hypnosis and received a certification in Hypnotherapy in 2008. In 2012 Cheryl completed a Masters Degree in Holistic Thinking with a focus and culminating project on “Insights into the Use of Hypnosis for Musical Performance Anxiety.”