Mental Training for Musicians – Inger Murray Workshop Sunday 21st May 2017

Inger Murray RAM workshop

Mental Training for Musicians – Sunday 21st May 2017 10.00- 17.00

Royal academy of Music Academic Teaching Centre, 32 Aybrook Street. London W1U 4AW

Inger Murray
Inger Murray










Many musicians professional and amateur suffer from stage fright.  Some are able to play but perhaps not quite as well as they would when they are alone rehearsing in their room. Psychologist Inger Murray has developed this unique concept.  It can transform your career and any performance by teaching you how to control your nerves in performance situations. Now she is coming to London to hold a workshop that is open to all. She has achieved some amazing results.  The training becomes part of your daily practice routine.

Cost £120 (£108 for students)

Please register before 21st April as places are limited. Contact murray@mentaltrainingformusicians

ZZ Music has a book available to accompany Inger Murray’s teaching. Click here.



Get rid of stage fright and performance anxiety

Finally available in English Language – Inger Murray’s Mental Training for Musicians – A cure for stage fright

ZZ Music are incredibly pleased to be able to offer the long-awaited translation of Inger Murray’s book GET RID OF YOUR STAGE FRIGHT AND PERFORMANCE ANXIETY from its original Danish, that will be invaluable for musicians and other people in the performing arts as well as those who suffer from nervousness and other exposed situations.  Psychologist Inger Murray has worked  with many professional musicians with her Mental Training for Musician workshops.  She regularly holds them at the Royal Academy of Music in London as well as the Royal Danish Conservatoire in her native Denmark.

Many performers find they can play perfectly well when they practise but then in performance they lose focus, or show outward signs of nervousness which prevent them from giving a performance they are worthy of.  This book will help conquer this all to common problem with professionals, students and amateurs alike. It will help one to understand why it happens and how to counteract it. It is the next best thing to having a one to one or group session with this great lady herself.

This translation is by her husband, Owen Murray who is the classical accordion professor at the Royal Academy of Music. His students are notoriously strong in performance thanks to his inclusion of his wife’s experience and workshops as part of his teaching.

Whilst this book is great for any musicians as accordionists we know that the accordion is a notoriously difficult instrument to play and there are so many things that can go wrong in performance due to its complex structure, particularly in its Classical Free Bass incarnation. This can add stress to an already stressful performance situation.  This book gives the accordionist the tools to focus and relax in performance.