JUNE 13-JULY 1, 2022.
Levels I, II & III
Endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators
Faculty: Donald Garrett, Susan Garrett, Lamar Robertson, Karen Shuford, Michael Perryman, Sarah Tullock, Lee Harris
Zóltan Kodály - pronounced "KOH-dye" (1882-1967) - was a Hungarian composer, musicologist and educator whose philosophy and writings are the basis for the Kodály approach to music education. The Kodály Institute at UTC features nationally recognized faculty who provide in-depth study of Kodály-based music education. The courses will strengthen musicianship while providing songs, techniques, materials, and activities suitable for the classroom. The curriculum features classes in solfege, methodology, folk song collection and analysis, conducting and choral ensemble.
At this time, we plan to meet face-to-face for all three weeks of the Kodaly Institute. Class sessions will be held in the Fine Arts Center (752 Vine Street) on the UTC campus.
June 13 - July 1, 2022, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Participants who have completed a Level I course at an approved institution may enroll in Level II. Level II graduates are eligible for participation in the Level III course. You may enroll either for the workshop (non-credit) or for academic credit. The workshop fee is $660 and you may register below. Academic credit information follows in the next section.
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