Active Music Making: The Kodály Approach

Active Music Making: The Kodály Approach

Saturday, 23 March 2019, 9.00am

The Kodály Society of Ireland (KSI), in association with DCU St. Patrick's Campus, and with the generous support of the Hungarian Embassy, Dublin and the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, is delighted to announce a very exciting workshop weekend
for teachers of all levels, together with a unique masterclass opportunity for singers!

We will welcome a highly experienced faculty, of well-renowned Hungarian masterteachers. They will teach, under two streams.

Stream 1, Music Pedagogy:
Dr. László Nemes & Katalin Körtvési

This weekend pedagogy course is suitable for:
· Primary teachers
· Post-primary music teachers
· Early years teachers
· Higher education music lecturers
· Vocal and instrumental teachers
· Conductors, singers and performers

We encourage anyone interested to apply as spaces are very limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. There are currently only 10 spots left!

Stream 2, Vocal Masterclasses:
Dr. Renata Darázs (soprano) & Balázs Székely (Piano)

The Vocal Masterclasses cater for advanced vocal students and
professional singers. Please send a current CV to [email protected] outlining:
i) your vocal experience to date and
ii) your interest in participating in these masterclasses.
Please write ‘KSI Masterclass Application’ in ‘Subject’

All participants will take part in core activities of Common Singing and Solfége, in addition to taking specialised classes according to their chosen stream.

This will be a weekend packed with Active Music Making through singing, musicianship classes and pedagogy workshops, taught by incredibly inspiring teachers, who epitomise the skills of Kodály's teaching concept! It is an event that is not to be missed!

For more information and to see other upcoming events, please visit www.kodaly.ie

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Published on 11 March 2019

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