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Juilliard Students Learn to Avoid Stage Fright

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Juilliard Students Learn to Avoid Stage Fright

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Juilliard Students Learn to Avoid Stage Fright

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Professor Don Greene, a sports psychologist and a former Green Beret, teaches "Performance Enhancement 675" at the Juilliard School. hide caption

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Our series on popular college courses continues with a class at the Juilliard School that teaches young musicians and artists how to avoid one of their biggest fears: choking under pressure during a performance. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

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