British Columbia Kodály Society of Canada

Save the Date: International Kodály Symposium 2017

www.kodalysymposium2017.com

 

 Symposium Themes

The Circle of Singing …………………..............Vocal Pedagogy and Choral Culture

The Circle of ‘Musiking’…………………….Ethnomusicology and Musicology

The Circle of Teaching and Learning……....Music Pedagogy and Practice students

Kodály’s Expanding Circle ………………………..Revisioning Kodály Pedagogy for the 21st C

GUEST SPEAKERS | PRESENTERS

World-renowned music educators from 14 countries will be offering active sessions focusing on every aspect of teaching music to children today.  Delegates will be active - making music in workshops, daily communal canon singing, sight - reading new publications and circle singing games.   

MUSIC FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES

The Kodály Symposium Children's Honour Choir under the direction of László Nemes will show the world that Alberta children love to sing!  Canada’s 150th will also be celebrated each evening in the new Augustana concert hall.  From the Borealis String Quartet and Pro Coro Canada to world champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand and Inuit Juno Award winner Leela Gilday, each day of music will come first circle.

STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

The University of Alberta is offering 2 courses in conjunction with the symposium.

http://www.kodalysymposium2017.com/courses

EDEL 597 Kodály Level III - Dr. James Cuskelly (Australia) & Dr. László Nemes (Hungary)

EDEL 595 International Kodály Seminar - Dr. Kathy Robinson (Canada)

 

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