The Kodály Symposium is a bi-annual international event, serving as a platform to educate, engage, support and foster connections for aspiring music educators, ethnomusicologists and musicians internationally.
The estate of two Hungarian Canadian musicians has bequeathed quarter of a million Canadian dollars to a music educational trust named after their former mentor, composer Zoltán Kodály
The BKA's Summer School returns for 2019, featuring a week of intense fun and learning with teaching from some of the finest minds in music education.
NYMAZ's biennial Early years Music Conference returns in March 2020. Join us this year at The Forum in Northallerton! An inspiring training conference open to anybody with an interest in music and Early Years, including musicians, Early…
The Kodály Institute in Kecskemét, Hungary (a department of the Liszt Academy) has announced a more diverse non-degree study programme leading to a Certificate of Studies. According to the Institute, by structuring a wider range of…
Cyrilla Rowsell's Music in the Primary Classroom is both for those those completely new to the Kodály approach as well as for those who already have some experience.
An interview with Professor Leon Tong, Founder and President of the World Youth and Children Choral Artists’ Association.