Stage Psychology: Breaking through your fears on stage
Stage Psychology with Michel Kroll
Registrations are now open to register for this live workshop on Tuesday 26th September with Michél Kroll.
Born in Germany, Michél started his music career at the age of 16 and only a year later, he signed his first record deal and moved to Berlin, where he soon started studying guitar and vocals. He built up his reputation in the german music industry as an excellent performer, teacher and producer working with as wide variety of institutions such as the Berlin State Opera, Universal and Sony Music. Alongside this he performed with international Acts like The Wu-Tang-Clan, Bloodhound Gang, Danko Jones, Nick Cave, Powderfinger and Fall Out Boy.
With just a couple easy steps, Michél will transform the way you think about being on stage and help you to become the confident and successful performer you were born to be.
Who is this for?
This workshop implements modern psychology that will help you transform your stage presence and ability to connect with your audience. By the end of this workshop you will gain a greater understanding about your audience’s needs, and how to utilise your creative power to achieve a bigger impact, get more gigs, get more fans and ultimately make an income from doing what you love most.
This workshop is for any developing artist and performer who is considering working towards a career on the stage.
Allow yourself to be the artist that you can be and join us on Sunday for a day of discovery, breakthroughs and a little fun:)
Workshop Event Details
Date: 26th September, 2017
STUDIO 705, Universal School of Music
Level 1, C8, Main St Point Cook
Ph: (03) 9395 0695
This workshop is suitable for applicants aged 15-35 and is FREE for the first 3 registrations!
Limited places available so book now to avoid missing out!