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Iris Trio

Christine Carter, Molly Carr, Anna Petrova

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Performance Psychology

Learn how musicians can be more effective on stage and in the practice room.

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Dr. Christine Carter is the Assistant Professor of Single Reeds at Memorial University

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Canadian clarinetist, Christine Carter, has performed at venues across the globe, from Carnegie Hall to the Sydney Opera House. She is the clarinetist of the critically acclaimed Iris Trio and the inter-arts ensemble, Dark by Five, and frequently collaborates with Duo Concertante.

Christine is also passionate about helping musicians become more effective on stage and in the practice room. Her performance psychology research has led to article commissions from a variety of publications and invitations to give workshops at dozens of institutions around the world.

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Christine Carter - Where There is a Way There is a Will

Where There is a Way There is a Will: Overcoming the Procrastination Trap (Part 1)

When we go to bed at night, we seem to be the best versions of ourselves. As we think forward to tomorrow, our great intentions are clear. We will wake up early, exercise, practice for many hours, finish that large project on our to-do list, clean the house, and catch up on all of our email. It seems easy to imagine that we will accomplish more work in one day than we have ever accomplished before.

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Next Live Dates

Dec 2020
New York City, NY

Performance Psychology Workshop

Residency, Part IV, Manhattan School of Music Woodwind Lab
9:30am EDT | 11:00am NDT
Jan 2021
St. John’s, NL

Music at Memorial Series Recital

“Invitation to Dance”
Nancy Dahn, violin, Timothy Steeves, piano (Duo Concertante). Works by Gian Carlo Menotti, Igor Stravinsky, Patrick Cardy, and Srul Irving Glick.
6:00 EST | 7:30pm NST
Jan 2021
Albany, New York City

Performance Psychology Workshop

4:00pm EST | 5:30pm NST

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