The biggest issue is how will remote learners get instruction. Our district has setup a Remote Learning Campus where teachers will be assigned to give remote instruction. As of now, no music teachers have been assigned to this campus.
If you can get creative and have a way to deliver instruction, you might be able to convince an admin. This might involve getting creative with any performance objectives you have while the student is in remote learning. I agree, we are very worried about losing kids that choose to go remote, so we are going to work to see what we can develop. For that matter, we are worried about losing kids face to face because we are still not certain what that looks like and how safe it may be.
If you can get creative, I think it's worth a fight.