KSC Spring Update


British Columbia Kodaly Society

Kodaly Summer Institute, University of Victoria

  • Level 1
  • July 8-19, 2013
  • Registration starts March 31
  • For more information, contact bomre@uvic.ca

Denise Gagne: Solfa, Listening and Recorder

  • April 20, 2013 
  • 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • University of Victoria

Alberta Kodaly Association

Kodaly Inspired Music Education in 21st Century Hungary

  • July 20 – August 3, 2013
  • Kodaly Institute, Kesckemet, Hungary
  • Faculty: Dr. Ardelle Ries, and Kodaly Summer Seminar Faculty
  • A 3-credit international study tour for pre-service and in-service teachers. Click for more information.

Kodaly Society of Nova Scotia

Annual Fall Workshop

  • September

Organization of Kodaly Education of America

International Kodaly Society

Children’s Voices – A Call for Compositions

  • IKS announces its plan to publish a second collection of original compositions. The purpose of this publication is to support and encourage the creation of fine choral compositions for children and to pay homage to Zoltan Kodaly and his exemplary work in choral music.
  • July 15 – August 2, 2013
  •     Kecskemét, Hungary
  • Video Introduction

CMEA News Update

MusicCounts TD Community Music Grants:

The CMEA/Acme is pleased to share news of the launch of a new program for MusicCounts, the charitable organization connected with the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and the Juno Awards. This new program complements the existing Band Aid Grant program which provides funding for music programs in Canadian schools. In total, $200,000 in grants will be distributed. The aim of these grants is to support programs that serve at-risk youth in underserved communities.

To apply for a grant visit www.musicounts.ca

Music Monday

Celebrate the power of music on Music Monday

Join the nation-wide celebration on May 6, 2013 when music makers of all ages and backgrounds in schools and communities across Canada celebrate the galvanizing power of learning and appreciating music.

Be part of the nation-wide simultaneous concert with Commander Hadfield live from the International Space Station. Join in across our great nation to celebrate music education and honour Commander Hadfield by performing I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing) – the first song premiered in space and on earth. Find out how you can take part at MusicMonday.ca