Sundeland Echo, Spring, 2012 “As far as the Academy is concerned Zsuzsa was a Godsend. With her background as a trained musician (M.Mus Bassoon, Cardiff, Wales 2006) including a thorough knowledge of Zoltán Kodály’s music teaching guidelines she was the perfect volunteer to lead our Early Years Music Teaching weekly group sessions” “it would not…Continue reading Testimonials
At present we are looking for Instrumental and Dance Teachers to join our Music School.
The next workshop is listed here: Flyers on Teacher Training Courses If you are interested in Kodály musicianship teaching, for various reasons, e.g. you might be a primary school teacher or teach primary school age children in an after school setting you might be a primary school head teacher who wants to improve children’s literacy…Continue reading Teacher Training Opportunities
At present we are interested to hear from teachers of all instruments; however we are especially interested in the application of music teachers showing an interest in the Kodály approach, who play Piano / Harpsichord Percussion (including Bodhrán) , Violin/ Period / Folk string instruments Guitar/ Lute/ Gittern / Cobza (not Kobza) Double Bass or…Continue reading Instrumental Teachers Wanted for Liverpool Kodály School
If you are a Dance Teacher, who lives in Liverpool area who shows an interest in learning how movements facilitate music teaching according to Kodály (and also Dalcrose) guidelines who is willing to contribute to our pupils musical development through teaching group dances who enjoys teaching folk dances (e.g. Ceilidh, English Country Dances, Transylvanian Hungarian…Continue reading Dance Teachers Wanted for Liverpool Kodály School