Monday, August 12th to Sunday, August 18th, 2019
The 37th International Kodály Summer School
Monday 12th August to Sunday 18th August 2019
University of Nottingham, University Park Campus
For pricing information and to book, click in the box below
Please contact Nicky Woods: firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries
The Summer School 2019 will include
Musicianship – Choir – Methodology – Choral Conducting
Singing Games – Daily Vocal Warm-ups – Dalcroze
Afternoon Options – Evening Events
Optional individual Vocal Technique and Piano lessons and Chamber Music Coaching
We are delighted to welcome Guest Tutors
together with our team of experienced UK Tutors
and Course Accompanists
Alongside the General Course we will be running accredited certification
for anyone wishing to qualify as a teacher using the Kodály approach
Certificate Course Level 1 (Primary) and Certificate Course Level 2 (Primary)
For more information please click the link: Certificates of Professional Practice
or contact Lucinda Geoghegan: email@example.com
Cecilia Vajda Memorial Scholarship (click here for 2019 details)
Click here to watch our Kodály Summer School Video.
Find out what previous students thought of the Kodály Summer School and studying with the British Kodály Academy.
- Magic by Laura McFall - Laura is a 25-year-old musicianship teacher and classical singer from Northern Ireland, and has recently accepted a place on the MMus Vocal Performance and Kodály Musicianship course at the Royal More →
- My Summer School Experience by Louise Cooper - Louise Cooper is Head of Music at William Perkin C of E School in Greenford, West London. I want to learn about this Hungarian school of music. What is the More →
- A Week of Intense Fun and Learning by Jimmy Rotheram - Jimmy Rotheram is music coordinator for Feversham Primary Academy, a school in inner-city Bradford which in the last five years has transformed from a special measures school to ‘outstanding’ by More →
Grants for ESTA members
If you are a member of ESTA (European String Teachers’ Association), grants are available towards the cost of the BKA Summer School and other BKA courses. Please apply at http://www.estabursary.org.uk
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For articles and photographs from previous Summer Schools please visit the Summer School Archive.
Our ambitious programme for the year needs extra funds to cover the costs. Can you help with a donation? Click here to donate, and help share Kodály’s vision by supporting us. We welcome every contribution, big or small.