A cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty ImagesA cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty Images
A cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty Images

Music schools switch from teaching face to face to online lessons amid coronavirus pandemic

  • One-on-one lessons are the reason students attend the top music schools – so how can that tactile experience be moved online?
  • ‘Extremely good Wi-fi’ becomes a necessity, says a student. To avoid connection issues, professors get students to video themselves playing, then critique them

Topic |   Music
A cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty ImagesA cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty Images
A cello student in Istanbul, Turkey, receives a remote lesson from her teacher. Photo: Getty Images
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