Wei-Lin Huang is a doctoral student in RCM, under supervision of Dr Jennie Henley. She received her undergraduate degree in BMus cello performance in Taiwan in 2010 and MA Music Education at the UCL Institute of Education in 2012. There she developed her master thesis focusing on musician’s health and wellbeing. Her interest in musician’s health and wellbeing stems from her own experience of conservatoire study in Taiwan. Her doctoral project is looking at self-management of musical performance anxiety within a conservatoire environment. She has given presentations of her doctoral research at The Society for Education, Music and Phycology Research (SEMPRE) conference in 2014 and International Society for Music Education (ISME) conference in 2016. She is planning to explore further about performance anxiety issue among Chinese college musicians after her studies.
Wei-Lin is not only passionate about helping students to manage performance anxiety, but to bring the area of musicians’ health and wellbeing to the forefront of music education and music education research in the International and Chinese society.
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