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.
SATURDAY APRIL 28th 2018: EDMONTON & CALGARY
"How to Keep Your Voice Healthy for Singing" : Dr Merrill Tanner (Speech Language Pathologist/Singer)
- Time: 9:30 am-12:00pm
- Location: Kildare School
- Cost: Free for Members, $40 for Non-Members
- REGISTER HERE
About This Workshop:
Singing is a fun, healthy, creative and often social activity. What a great way to spend your time! Research supports the health benefits of singing for all aspects of our lives – spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical and metaphysical. Those who love to sing are often miserable if they have to stop singing. Good vocal habits can enhance your singing, your teaching and the vocal health and voice quality of your students. Challenges at different stages of life can interfere with singing. Such problems include voice overuse, vocal fatigue, aging, puberty, vocal nodules, allergies, asthma, de- conditioning, pregnancy, whiplash, emotional trauma, and different diseases, etc. This presentation will demonstrate techniques that can maintain vocal health at all ages and show how singing can help enrich and extend one’s life.
"Make and Take": Hosted by Jamie Popowich and Anita Perlau
In this session, teachers will make materials that can be used in their classrooms along with ideas how to use them to teach musical skills and concepts. Don't miss this practical and hands on session! Pre- registration is required for the purchase of materials.
Location: River Valley School (Please note that there are two River Valley campuses. Spring into Singing will be held at: Early Learning Campus 6305 – 33 Ave NW Calgary, Alberta)
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.