Written originally for NYMAZ as part of their Connect: Resound project, this research paper presents a selection of research evidence drawn from the literature about teaching musical instruments online. It explores some of the models built around theories associated with synchronous and asynchronous online learning environments, contextualising these within the UK context following on from Henley’s 2011 report. The paper concludes within a short section that considers the issues associated with audio latency online, and what teachers can do to mitigate the impact of this through their technological choices and course design.

Teaching Musical Instruments Online: A selective literature review.pdf