Become Kodály Certified at InterMuse Academy! Summer Coursework, Levels I, II, and III

June 6–17, 2016, at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah

Why Kodály? Hungarian composer, musician, and educator Zoltán Kodály believed that only the best is good enough for children. Joyful and meaningful music making occurs when children are immersed in a learning environment rich in the songs of their cultures, and focused on solid principles of child development.    

When children are taught by highly skilled teachers, they become adept at singing, hearing, reading, writing, creating and interpreting music in such a way that they can be lifelong participators and contributors in music. 

InterMuse Academy engages teachers in the pursuit of personal musicianship, and in sound pedagogical practices that will inspire their students to become independent music makers and thinkers.

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Classes

Establish or upgrade your school, private studio, or community music curriculum with coursework in sol-fa, conducting, music literature, and pedagogy. Choose from specialty tracks: choral, string, middle/high school. Read more…

Opportunities

Learn from lifelong practitioners of the Kodály vision who are passionate and skilled teachers. Read more…

Value

Deepen your own personal musicianship, refine pedagogical skills, and practice curriculum development, all of which are applicable to teachers and proven to show results with students. Read more….

Resources

Come away with curriculum tools, music materials, ideas for developing in-tune singing, and much more. Read more….

Contact

Rebecca at intermuseacademy@gmail.com with any questions about the Kodály mission or InterMuse program, or email Danielle at danielle.doty@byu.edu for logistical issues.