Kodály Teacher Training
We regret to announce that due to COVID-19, Kodály Levels I, II, and III are canceled for Summer 2020.
We are excited to be working with the University to run several online Supplemental courses. Full details will be available in the next few weeks. Current registrants should monitor their emails for more information. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
In Level I of Kodály training, students are introduced to the tenets of the Kodály philosophy. Students learn sequential lesson planning, the language of solfege and its uses in the classroom, folk music materials appropriate for grades PK – 2, and choral conducting. Students expand and develop their own musicianship skills through ear training, folk song analysis, and choral singing together.
This fun, intense and demanding experience builds life-long bonds between classmates, and will leave you more prepared than you could have dreamed of returning to your own classroom in the fall!
Dates: July 13 – 24, 2020 (2 weeks)
Times: 8:15 a.m. – 4:35 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Location: Mason Fairfax Campus, Performing Arts Building
On-Campus Housing: See Details
Parking: $25 per week Purchase A Pass
Required Books: See West Music Site (Coming Soon!)
Tuition NON-CREDIT: $898
(If paying by check, register by Fax/Mail)
Tuition FOR-CREDIT: In state: $1,698 Out of state: $2,019
Register by Fax/Mail only (no online registration)
*Note: The deadline for Kodály FOR-CREDIT registration is no later than June 30 due to required pre-course assignments.
Participants will have the opportunity to present a final sharing performance, demonstrating the connection of skills and techniques gained during the program. Friends and family are welcome.
Books and Materials (Coming Soon!)
2019 Kodaly Level Book List from West Music
Please note that after registration for a Kodály Level course, you will be emailed a special link to a collection of on-line documents to be downloaded, printed and/or saved, and reviewed before the start of the program! A booklist will also be included. Books will be available for sale at the West Music on-site book store or may be purchased elsewhere.
Summer Program Refund Policy