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Kodály Australia Membership

Membership of Kodály Australia (Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia Incorporated) is open to educators, students, organisations and interested individuals in Australia and abroad.

Members Portal

To join, renew or update your membership, please visit our Members Portal.

Member Benefits

Kodály Australia seeks to provide members with:

Your 12-month membership entitles you to:

  • reduced fees for professional learning events
  • discounts on resources
  • eligibility for scholarships and awards
  • Branch newsletters
  • direct communication from our community

Kodály Australia supports members by working with the broader community to provide:

  • a leading voice for Australian Kodály-inspired practice and research
  • partnerships with state and national government departments and non-profit associations
  • partnerships with the International Kodály Society and the International Society for Music Education

Types of Membership

Type of Membership Description Cost
Ordinary Teachers and individuals interested in the work of Kodály Australia $70
Associate* (Student) Associate membership (Student) is available to one person who is enrolled in:

  • part-time or full-time study at an Australian university completing a Bachelor of Music (any major) and/or either undergraduate or postgraduate initial teacher education (E.g. Bachelor of Education, Graduate Diploma of Education, Master of Teaching)
  • postgraduate study at the Kodály Institute, Hungary, or the Kodály Center, Holy Names University, USA, and has previously been an ordinary member of the association

An Associate member (Student) has all the rights and privileges of membership including communications and member rates for events, excluding voting rights.

FREE
Associate* (Concession or Retired) A concession card holder and/or retired from the workforce $40
Associate* (Corporate or Family) Schools, tertiary institutions, families and other interested organisations.

Where a school has a multi-campus arrangement, corporate membership in its own right would allow effective communication and facilitate maximum involvement of the school personnel in Kodály Australia activities.

$100
Honorary Life Honorary Life Membership is our highest accolade and is awarded in recognition of an individual’s significant contribution to our association and service to the Australian Kodály movement. 

*An Associate Member has all the rights and privileges of membership except voting rights.

Become a Member

Online (Preferred)

Join online now using our Members Portal – click here

By Email

Download and print out our Membership Template.

Fill it in with your details, scan and email it to: membership@kodaly.org.au

By Post

Download and print our Membership Form and fill it in with your details.

Send the form with your payment to:

National Administrator
Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia
PO Box 102 Burpengary QLD 4505

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