Distant working and communicating has become more important than ever in these time.

Here are suggestions of solutions that are woth while to check out.


Elia gives a fairly complete overview of possibilities with a short description:



FaceBook Group: Teaching Jazz in the Time of Covid:



Playing together online with no (recognaziable) latency:



Apassimo, an European based online teaching solution
for music and art institutions and individuals






The IASJ is a long standing member of the IMC, the International Music Coucil, affiliated with UNESCO.

The IASJ, founded in 1989, brought together over 3000 jazz students, teachers and directors from all over the world.

The IASJ promotes cultural diversity and does not discriminate towards nationality, religion, gender or age