International Kodály Music Course
The University of Pretoria School of the Arts - Kodály Academy is hosting the first International Kodály music course in South Africa!
The president of the International Kodály Association, Dr James Cuskelly, will be presenting courses for instrumental, vocal, classroom and choral teachers.
The Kodály method is an approach to music education developed in Hungary during the mid-twentieth century by music educator and composer, Zoltán Kodály. The interactive, collaborative, and highly kinesthetic method focuses on developing the musical ear and overall musicianship. With its folk music foundation and creative integration of movable “do” solfège, hand signs, and the belief that the voice is the most accessible universal instrument, this spirited and hands-on approach to learning music is used worldwide for musicians of all levels and ages.
The following courses will be presented:
3-DAY COURSE FOR EDUCATORS SPECIALISING IN
PRE- AND PRIMARY MUSIC EDUCATION
Tue 24 – Thu 26 September 2019
Cost: R 1 800
Early Bird Price*: R 1 600
2-DAY COURSE FOR
EDUCATORS SPECIALISING IN
SECONDARY MUSIC EDUCATION
Fri 27 – Sat 28 September 2019
Cost: R 1 200
Early Bird Price*: R 1 000
FULL 5-DAY COURSE
Tue 24 – Sat 28 September 2019
Cost: R 2 500
Early Bird Price*: R 2 300
Please note: Selected bursaries are available. Teachers or students who would like to attend but do not have the finances are invited to contact us in this regard.
*Early Bird Prices are available for attendees who pay in full before or on 30 June 2019.
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