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A growing body of work has examined the act of evaluating the quality of a musical performance. This article considers the domain of training evaluative skills in musicians, presenting assessment as a form of performance to be taught and demonstrating a gap in opportunities for trainees to develop evaluative skills within the heightened environments of live assessment scenarios. To address these needs, the concepts of Immersive Virtual Environments (IVEs) and distributed simulation aredoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00557 pmid:31024372 pmcid:PMC6465612 fatcat:pqtl5plp7bc7tarvuldy22kcvu