São Paulo, Brazil
Daniel Gohn is a faculty member in the Department of Communication and Arts of the University of Sao Carlos, Brazil. He holds a master’s degree and doctoral degree from the University of São Paulo and a bachelor’s degree from the State University of Campinas. As coordinator for the music education course in the Brazilian Open University project, his main interests in research include the use of technology for music education and processes for the teaching and learning of percussion instruments. He is the author of Music Education and Distance Learning: Approaches and Experiences (2011), Digital Technologies for Music Education (2010) and Music learning: Technological Alternatives (2003), and co-author of Yamaha’s Percussion Book (2014), all published in Portuguese only. Currently he performs with percussion ensembles Casa de Marimbondo and Tribores, and plays with several solo artists in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Session: Research Poster Presentation
“Distance Education in Brazil: Percussion Studies”
Date & Location
Exhibit Hall D
University of Sao Carlos, Fapesp – Sao Paulo Research Foundation