JUNE 14-JULY 1, 2021.
Levels I, II & III
Endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators
Faculty: Donald Garrett, Susan Garrett, Michael Perryman, Lamar Robertson, Karen Shuford, Lee Harris
Zóltan Kodály (1882-1967) was a Hungarian composer, musicologist and educator whose philosophy and writings are the basis for the Kodály approach to music education. Kodály Levels I, II and III provide an in-depth study of the Kodály approach to music education. These courses are designed to strengthen the teacher’s musicianship while providing songs, techniques, materials, and activities that are used in the classroom. Each day will feature classes in solfege, methodology, folk song collection and analysis, conducting and choral ensemble. Demonstration classes with children will be taught by Kodály faculty members in the afternoons, providing you an opportunity to see the approach in action.
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. A limited number of scholarships are available to participants. For information, contact Lee Harris, KIUTC Director.
You may enroll either for the workshop (non-credit) or for academic credit. The non-credit workshop registration is handled by UTC Center for Professional Education. The workshop fee is $600.
Register for Level I
Register for Level II
Register for Level III