Winter 2012 Newsletter
The Kodály Center welcomed János Horvath to its faculty this fall. János, recently retired from his position at the University of Calgary, is an internationally recognized conductor. His latest engagements as guest conductor were with the Calgary Children’s Choir, Regional All State in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, New York’s Regional All State at SUNY, and OAKE National … Continue Reading
Happy New Year, dear NCAKE members and friends! Here’s hoping your holiday concerts and programs were successful and joyous, and your holidays were the best ever! As we look forward to this leap year, 2012, NCAKE wants to support and to serve you as an active and vital resource for your professional development. We have … Continue Reading
If you are an NCAKE member and are interested in helping to keep this organization a vital and rich source of support and inspiration to music teachers, then volunteer to join us on the Board of Directors! WE NEED YOU and will welcome YOUR IDEAS and INPUT as we move further into this 21st century!
Hi everyone, I am delighted to be asked to write a board member profile! I am one of the new board members-at-large and love having the chance to attend board meetings and chat about music education with such an amazing group of musicians and educators. I grew up on a small farm in New Jersey … Continue Reading
On Saturday October 8, 2011, NCAKE welcomed noted Kodály educator and conductor Susan Tevis for an all-day workshop in Piedmont entitled, “Kodály for All Seasons: Fall into Middle Elementary Practice Activities and Choral Repertoire!”
by Michael Kaulkin Like many music educators, I frequently attempt to create my own teaching materials to suit the specific needs of my students. As a composer, I am used to using Sibelius software for this, and it meets most of my requirements, but it can be tricky to figure out how to do some … Continue Reading