Kodály Australia Virtual Summit



Recording access

Registered participants have received an email with information on how to access recordings, including the password.

If you were unable to attend the Virtual Summit, members can purchase access to the recordings for $22. To purchase recordings, please log in to the Kodály Australia members portal and select Kodály Australia Virtual Summit in the online store. Please contact the National Administrator if you have any questions.

Program

For the full program including presentation abstracts and presenter biographies refer to: http://kodalynationalconference.org.au/program/

Time (AEST) Item Details
8:30 am Pre-program
Choral performance recordings
Exaudi
Fusion
9:00 am Official commencement Joel Copeland (Conference Convenor)
Dr Jason Goopy (President)
9:20 am Keynote messages Dr Arpad Toh (Hungary)
Dr Anita Collins (Australia)
Dr Laszlo Hemes (Hungary)
10:00 am Break #1
Live choral performances @ CGGS
Gabriel Singers & Chamber Vocal Ensemble
10:30 am ACT Recorded Session Musicality and aesthetics in the primary music classroom
Katharine Finlayson
10:45 am ACT Q&A Live Katharine Finlayson
11:00 am SA Recorded Session Musicianship for the lower secondary classroom
Stephanie Eaton
11:15 am SA Q&A Live Stephanie Eaton
11:30 am Break Out Rooms #1
Topic: Remote learning
Early Childhood: Julie Logan (NSW)
Primary: Katharine Finlayson (ACT)
Secondary: Dr Jason Goopy (QLD)
Ensembles: Mark O’Leary OAM (VIC)
12:00 pm Lunch Break
Choral Performance Recordings
Sydney Conservatorium High School
Exaudi
Fusion
12:30 pm QLD Recorded Session Cultivating digital musicians in the singing-based secondary classroom
Dr Jason Goopy
12:45 pm QLD Q&A Live Dr Jason Goopy
1:00 pm VIC Recorded Session The choral excellence jigsaw – fitting all the pieces together to create great choirs
Mark O’Leary OAM
1:15 pm VIC Q&A Live Mark O’Leary OAM
1:30 pm Break Out Rooms #2
Topic: Remote learning
Early Childhood: Julie Logan (NSW)
Primary: Katharine Finlayson (ACT)
Secondary: Dr Jason Goopy (QLD)
Ensembles: Mark O’Leary OAM (VIC)
2:00 pm Break #3
Choral Performance Recordings
The Promise
ACT Primary Concert Choir
2:30 pm NSW Recorded Session Imitation, independence and self-regulation in early years music
Julie Logan
2:45 pm NSW Q&A Live Julie Logan
3:00 pm WA Recorded Session Singing games: The heart of learning, development and culture
Rosalie Scott
3:15 pm WA Q&A Live Rosalie Scott
3:30 pm Wrap Up Joel Copeland (Conference Convenor)
3:45 pm Event concludes

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