Kodály Society of Ireland Weekend Pedagogy Workshop and Vocal Masterclass (23rd&24th March)

Saturday, 23 March 2019 9:30 AM - Sunday, 24 March 2019 4:00 PM [GST]

Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin, Dublin 9, Ireland

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Early Bird Partial Approval - €95.00

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Participants who wish to avail of this offer need to contact the Kodály Society of Ireland first. If membership is up to date, participants will be given an unlock code to purchase this ticket.

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This ticket allows participants to observe only the vocal masterclasses on this course. There will be two masterclasses on this course, one on March 23rd, one on March 24th.

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Saturday, 23 March 2019 9:30 AM - Sunday, 24 March 2019 4:00 PM [GST]

DCU St. Patrick's College Campus, Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin, Dublin 9, Ireland.

The Kodály Society of Ireland (KSI), in association with the Hungarian Embassy in Dublin, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and DCU St. Patrick's Campus, is delighted to announce a very exciting workshop weekend course for teachers of all levels together with a unique masterclass opportunity for singers. All faculty member are highly experienced, well-renowned Hungarian Master teachers. There will be two streams running concurrently on this course; Pedagogy and Vocal Masterclass, both of which are outlined below.

 

Stream One: Pedagogy

Course tutors: Dr László Nemes & Kata Körtvési

This weekend pedagogy course is suitable for:

· Primary teachers

· Post-primary music teachers

· Higher education music lecturers

· Vocal and instrumental teachers

· Conductors, singers and performers

 

Course Content:

· Common singing

· Solfège (Musicianship)

. Music Pedagogy Workshops

 

Classes will run from 09.30-16.00 on both days. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Stream Two: Vocal Masterclass

 

Please note that singers must apply via email to participate on the vocal stream of this course before buying a ticket online. Upon acceptance, participants will be asked to purchase a ticket here***** 

 

Course tutor: Dr Renáta Darázs (Soprano)

Piano: Balázs Székely

 

The Vocal Masterclasses cater for advanced vocal students and professional singers

 

Course content:

· Common singing

· Solfège (Musicianship)

· Vocal Masterclasses

 

How to apply

 

Please send a current CV to kodalyireland@gmail.com outlining:

i) your vocal experience to date and

ii) your interest in participating in these masterclasses.

 

*****Closing date: Monday 25thFebruary 2019, 6pm*****

 

 Up to six singers will be selected to sing on both days

 

Kodály Society of Ireland

www.kodaly.ie

The Kodály Society of Ireland is an educational support group specialising in professional development for music teachers and musicians. Presented by leading Irish and Hungarian music educators, our training courses provide opportunities for teachers, singers, instrumentalists and conductors to become familiar with the renowned concept of music education formulated by the Hungarian composer and educator Zoltán Kodály, a concept which can be summed up very simply as active, experience learning and musical development through singing.

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