Development and evaluation of an online intervention on practice and performance preparation for tertiary piano students
Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester Metropolitan University
Professor Jane Ginsborg (RNCM)
Dr Michelle Phillips (RNCM)
Dr Zoe Franklin (MMU)
My PhD project involves developing and testing an online intervention that aims to equip conservatoire piano students with skills and strategies for effective practice and performance preparation.
effective music practice,
online intervention development,
scale development and validation.
Suzuki, A., & Pitts, S.E. (in press), Towards effective performance psychology interventions in tertiary music education: an exploration of students’ experiences, attitudes, and preferences. Psychology of Music.
Suzuki, A., & Mitchell, H. F. (2022). What makes practice perfect? How tertiary piano students self-regulate play and non-play strategies for performance success. Psychology of Music, 50(2), 611–630. https://doi.org/10.1177/03057356211010927
Peer-reviewed conference presentations
Suzuki, Akiho (2023, 11-14 April). Developing an online intervention on effective practice and performance preparation for conservatoire piano students [Paper presentation]. The 13th International Conference for Research in Music Education, online.
Suzuki, Akiho (2022, 7-9 September). Effective practice and performance preparation interventions for tertiary music students: A systematic review [Poster presentation]. SysMus conference, Ghent, Belgium.
Suzuki, Akiho (2022, 2-3 September). Interventions designed to improve tertiary music students’ practising strategies: A systematic review [Paper presentation]. SEMPRE 50th anniversary conference, London, UK.