Winter School Music Program
Monday July 8 – Friday 12 July 2019 – Tenterfield, New South Wales
Director of the Cuskelly College of Music, Dr James Cuskelly OAM invites you to be part of the 2019 Winter School Music Program. Since being involved with the Australian Kodaly Training Programs since their inception and President of the International Kodaly Society, James is well known as a global leader in terms of the Kodaly philosophy of music education.
The 2019 Winter School Brochure can be viewed here.
The Winter 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. Tenterfield High School will be the home base for the program and we will also be using other performance venues around the town.
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 primary, (years 8-13), secondary (years 12-18) and tertiary students..
Interested members of the public are also welcome to attend our Community Access Programs which include musicianship, choir, instrumental masterclasses, song writing, theory and performance.
Assisting Dr James Cuskelly OAM, course lecturers include professional musicians, performers, songwriters and conductors from across Australia and the United Kingdom.
For further information on the Winter School Music Program, please see the 2019 Winter School Brochure. Please Contact us to discuss part-time attendance, levels of participation and individualised programs.
Application for Registration for Winter School Music Program 2019
Applications for registration can be made online here.
For Musicianship, Conducting, etc, see Winter School Program Materials.
Music Education Textbooks
Educational resources and textbooks are available from the Sound Thinking Australia Bookshop. The bookshop has a broad range of pedagogical materials, text books, Choral materials, ensemble and classroom pieces, singing books and teacher reference materials.