How to Set Up a Remote Lesson Ensemble

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You have students enrolled in virtual lessons. But if they don’t have performance opportunities, you’ll probably start losing them. If you want to keep them for the long haul, remote lesson ensemble programs could be your answer. In this session, music lessons expert Pete Gamber offers critical advice for running virtual ensembles in a post-pandemic world. He covers vital and sometimes lesser-known tips, including rehearsals, choosing the right material, platforms, filming tips and more. Keep your students engaged and your lesson program relevant for the long-term! (This session originally aired during NAMM Believe in Music Week in January 2021.)