Kodály Society of Ireland Solfège Classes

Kodály Society of Ireland Solfège Classes

Monday, 14 October 2019, 7.00pm

The Kodály Society of Ireland has announced the return of its Solfège Classes for adults. Due to expressed interest from our members and participants at our Summer Course this year, there will be two classes (both Beginner and Intermediate classes). The classes will run over an 8-week term, beginning Monday 14 October in DCU St. Patrick's Campus. The deadline to sign up for these classes is this Friday 11 October 2019 at 12 noon.

What is Solfége?
Solfége is an interactive, collaborative, and kinesthetic type of music lesson, with the aim of developing musicianship skills such as ear training, the ability to sight-read as well as an understanding of music theory.

What happens in a typical lesson?
As a solfége student you will develop your understanding of music in an active manner: our students sing in every lesson, both in unison and in harmony with their classmates; they work on their ear-training and memory development; they perform and learn to analyse folk songs and art music from the classical repertoire, with the intention of furthering their understanding of music theory and deepening their love of music .

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