Summer School Music Program
Monday 6th – Friday 17th January 2020 – St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School, Brisbane Kodály
Initially run in conjunction with Holy Names College (California) and then held at the University of Queensland, the Summer School Music Program is now run through Sound Thinking Australia and the Cuskelly College of Music and is directed by Dr James Cuskelly OAM.
This year’s 2020 Brochure can be viewed here.
The Summer Music Program is a pivotal component of our commitment to Music Education. The key characteristic of this program is the development of requisite skills and knowledge for effective teaching and learning in Music.
Featuring highly experienced Australian music educators, courses are offered for teachers in Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary classroom music specialists. Special programs are available for secondary (years 10-12) and tertiary students as well as a childrens’ choir for singers aged 8-14 yrs.
Interested members of the public are also welcome to attend.
Participants embark upon the Summer Music Program with a range of goals in mind:
- Accreditation with the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA)
- A pathway for articulation for postgraduate study at the International Kodály Institute (Hungary)
- Personal development for assessment or for audit (non-assessed, non-credit)
- Credit towards other studies – check with your institution for the possibility of credit.
For further information on the Summer Music Program, please see the 2020 Summer School Brochure.
Application for Registration for Summer Music Program 2020
Applications opening soon – contact us to be added to the mailing list!
For Musicianship, Conducting, etc, see Summer Program Materials
Please see the Summer Music Program Required Textbook List.
Class Placement Materials
See more information about Class Placement Materials.