Holy Names University and the Northern California Association of Kodály Educators are pleased to announce the
20th Annual HNU/NCAKE Children’s Choral Festival
for elementary and middle school choirs.
DATE: Saturday April 30, 2016
VENUE: VCPA, Holy Names University, Oakland, CA
GUEST CONDUCTOR: Gemma Arguelles
APPLICATION FORM: Due December 15, 2015
TWO SESSIONS: – See attached application form for details
Morning session (9:00am-12:30pm) for younger choirs
Afternoon session (2:00pm-5:30pm) for older choirs
MASS CHOIR REPERTOIRE
Bartók: Don’t Leave Me | JW:4119079 | SM – Item HL.48008758
Purcell: Come Ye Sons of Art (SA adaptation) | Choral Public Domain Library online www.cpdl.org
PLEASE NOTE: the Bartók piece is also found in a collection of 6: Six Choruses ($10.95) | JW: 5314505 |SM – HL.48002921
Contents: Hussar (SA); Only Tell Me (SSA); Loafer (SSA); Bread Baking (SA); Don’t Leave Me! (SA); Teasing Song (SSA)
CONTACT: Peggy Spool at 408-979-9997 or email: email@example.com
April 9, 2016
Kodály Strategies for the Instrumental Classroom
Hillview Crest Elementary
31410 Wheelon Ave, Hayward 94544
9:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Tom Salvatore, Michele Winter, and John Eros
Tom Salvatore, Instrumental Music Teacher at Emery Secondary School in Emeryville: “Organizing and Scaffolding Folk Song Materials for Instrumental Ensembles.”
Michele Winter, Orchestra and Music Theory Teacher at Lowell High School in San Francisco: “Teaching Rhythm to Instrumental Ensembles.”
John Eros, Coordinator of Music Education and Chair of the Department of Music at Cal State East Bay: “Incorporating the Kodály Approach in Beginning Instrumental Ensembles”
Learn how experienced Bay Area instrumental music teachers are using the Kodály approach with their instrumental music students. Bring home strategies and materials to use in your classroom immediately, as well as long-term approaches to sequencing concepts in your curriculum.
June 27 – July 15, 2016
The HNU Kodály Summer Institute offers an introduction to Kodály philosophy in music education.
- Curriculum development
- Pedagogical techniques
- Materials for teaching
- Special interest sessions – Early Childhood; Vocal Pedagogy
Course work within the institute can be applied toward:
- Kodály Summer Certification
- Masters Degree in Music Education
- Kodály Specialist Certificate
- Vocal Pedagogy Certificate
The Kodály Summer Institute is open to music teachers who wish to advance professionally, as well as anyone who is interested in developing their music skills and helping others to do so.
Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE)
Level I course work can be applied toward the Masters Degree at HNU.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Check the website for Pre-Registration Form and further details.
’’The HNU Kodály Summer Institute provides an intensive and challenging opportunity to develop and refine both one’s teaching practice and musicianship. It is one of the most worthwhile teacher-training programs I have experienced in 25 years of teaching.”