THE ALBERTA KODÁLY ASSOCIATION (AKA) was started by Alberta music educators who follow the teachings of Hungarian composer and music educator; Zoltán Kodály ("koh - dye").
The AKA provides professional development support and training for music teachers.
October 20 - 23, 2016 - Music Conference Alberta
Music Conference Alberta, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
The AKA is delighted to sponsor Dr. Ki Adams from St.John's Newfoundland who will share folk songs and dances from the Maritime provinces. Register through the Choir Alberta website
November 19, 2016 - Sip 'n' Sing
Regional event: Join us as we share songs and refreshments to make our hearts merry! FREE event, please bring your own beverage and a nibbly to share *** Bring a friend***
Calgary contact firstname.lastname@example.org for location details
Edmonton contact email@example.com for location details.
January 28, 2017 - Singposium 2017
The AKA and Alberta Orff Chapter present:
Thomas Borden: Pathways to Process: Using Children's Literature to Address Musical Concepts
9:00 to 2:30 pm at Elizabeth Finch School
$110 included lunch and membership fee
April 22, 2017 - Spring into Singing!
Regional event; 1/2 day workshop 10-12 noon
Edmonton: Monica Dear - Recorders in the Classroom
Calgary : Jan Taylor Bilenki - Celebration Canada's 150 with Folk Songs and Games
$5.00 members/ $10.00 non members
Please check out upcoming events at the Canadian Hungarian Cultural Society of Edmonton
Please check out KSC's Jo Yawney's Teachers Pay Teachers store for her Kodàly worksheets!
Founded in 1983, the Alberta Kodaly Association has advocated quality music education through teacher training, professional development and the publication of our journal, the Ephatha.