Introducing the Performance Mastery Course with Dr. Don Greene
The Performance Mastery Course is designed for musicians, singers, dancers, and actors who want to perform their best when it really counts. This course teaches performers how to channel nervous energy, build confidence, strengthen courage, intensify focus, and develop resilience.
If you have ever wondered...
Then this is the course for you!
The Performance Mastery Course is similar to the information that I taught at The Juilliard School, New World Symphony, Colburn School, and to my professional clients, but now expanded. With it, I've helped thousands of performing artists win jobs and have great performances. This is the first time I have ever offered this material through an online program that you can access from the comfort of your home or studio. The course is three months long, with a brand new Performance Mastery Assessment and Profile, workbook, videos, and audio programs.
"My wife Akiko Tarumoto and I refer all the time to a heavily dog-eared copy of her workbook from your Juilliard class."
Los Angeles Philharmonic, First Associate Concertmaster
“Dr. Greene teaches the focus necessary to be at your best when it counts the most."
New York City Ballet, Former Principal Dancer
“The work I did with Don at Juilliard laid the foundation for fearless performing. He taught me how to turn the most outlandish ideas into reality.”
Sonic Escape and Former Riverdance Violinist
Dr. Don Greene, a peak performance psychologist, has taught his comprehensive approach to peak performance mastery at The Juilliard School, Colburn School, New World Symphony, Los Angeles Opera Young Artists Program, Vail Ski School, Perlman Music Program, and US Olympic Training Center. During his thirty-two year career he has coached thousands of performers to win professional auditions and has guided countless solo performers to successful careers. In 2016, some of the performing artists with whom Dr. Greene worked won jobs with the San Francisco Opera, Montreal Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, National Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Of the Olympic track and field athletes he had worked with up until and through the 2016 Games in Rio, 14 won medals, including 5 gold. Dr. Greene has authored seven books including: Audition Success, Fight Your Fear & Win, and Performance Success. In 2017, Dr. Greene was named a TED Educator and collaborated with musician Dr. Annie Bosler to produce the TED-Ed How to practice effectively...for just about anything. The video went viral receiving over 14 million views between Facebook and YouTube.
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"I use everything that Don taught me every single day and do my best to pass it on to all of my students.”
Milwaukee Symphony, concertmaster
“I always refer my students to your techniques. They have been an important part of my development as an artist and teacher.”
Chicago Based Violinist