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Patrons

Our Patrons share an interest in the goals and vision of the Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia.

Our current Patron is Dr Géza Szilvay from Finland. Professor Szilvay and his brother Csaba Szilvay are co-authors of the Colourstrings string teaching method based on Zoltán Kodaly’s philosophy of music education.

Previous Patrons have included Hungarian Ambassadors based in Canberra and Consul-Generals based in Sydney, along with Professor Erzsébet Szőnyi, noted composer and Director of the School Music Department, Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest, and the late Professor Noel Nickson, Foundation Professor of Music at the University of Queensland.

About Kodály Australia

Latest News

2020 Kodály Australia Conference – Postponement

After close consultation with stakeholders and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Kodály Australia Conference until September/October 2022 to be held in Canberra, ACT. Having spent the best part of 2 years preparing for …
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Online inspiration for you

Kodály Qld would like to share the following online resources with all Kodály Australia members. We do ask that you don’t share any of the members-only links with anyone who is not a current member – instead, encourage them to …
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2020 Kodály Australia Conference Survey

We would greatly appreciate your time in completing the short survey below on the 2020 Kodály Australia Conference.  Your thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated and will contribute to the decision-making process as we assess the viability of running the …
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2020 Scholarship and Award Recipient Announcement

The Kodály Australia National Council was delighted to receive impressive applications and nominations for the 2020 Deanna Hoermann Scholarship (DHS) and the Enid Scott Conference Award (ESCA). After a thorough review process, it is with great pleasure that I announce …
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2020 Kodály Australia Conference – Update

I hope this message finds you well and that the transition back to face to face teaching has been and continues to be positive for you and the children in your care. I’m writing with an update on the Kodály …
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