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The BKA is proud of its flagship residential courses, each led by a renowned team of tutors from Hungary and the UK. The superb quality of training is expertly tailored to students of many different levels and requirements. In addition students have an unforgettable experience of making music together, and an invaluable opportunity to network and share expertise with colleagues.

We also offer high quality non-residential courses run by BKA-approved tutors, and our members run local classes and choirs for adults and children.

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Spring 2017
Special Needs Workshop with Andrew Haveron
(details tbc)

11th and 12th March 2017
Kodály In The Klassroom
Farnborough, Hampshire
A practical weekend workshop on the application of the Kodály principles to classroom music teaching (Early Childhood and Primary – easily adapted for instrumental use) with Len Tyler.

25th and 26th March 2017
Kodály In The Klassroom
Little Green Rascals Organic Day Nursery, 312 Tadcaster Road, York, YO24 1GS
A practical weekend workshop on the application of the Kodály principles to classroom music teaching (Early Childhood and Primary – easily adapted for instrumental use) with Len Tyler.

13th and 14th May 2017
Kodály In The Klassroom
Luton, Bedfordshire
A practical weekend workshop on the application of the Kodály principles to classroom music teaching (Early Childhood and Primary – easily adapted for instrumental use) with Len Tyler.

Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th July 2017
Teaching musicianship through singing, movement and dance

A three-day course for teachers of children aged 2 to 8
Weybridge, Surrey
Run by Nikhil Dally of Stepping Notes and Maureen Murphy

16th – 25th August 2017 Residential
The 35th International Kodály Summer School
Telford Campus of the University of Wolverhampton, Telford, TF2 9NN
The BKA’s flagship residential course is running for its 35th year with a longer 10 day programme in honour of the anniversary of the death of Zoltán Kodály and 50 years of the Kodály Approach in the UK with renowned tutors from Hungary, USA, Holland and the U.K.

February 2018
BKA Study Tour to Budapest and Kecskemét

A 5-day study tour. Details tbc.
In 2017 the focus was on Early Childhood Music Education, including classroom observation of parent / toddler classes, music in the Kindergarten and early Primary School, follow-up consultation sessions with class teachers, and lectures and workshops from Hungarian master teachers renowned for their work in early years. The tour will included a visit to the Kodály Institute in Kecskemét.Budapest

Please click BKA Courses Brochure 2016-2017 to download our latest course brochure.