About

The Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia (KMEIA) is a national association for music educators.

Our organisation is inspired by the educational and aesthetic philosophies of the Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály, adapting his ideas to create music programs for early childhood, schools and communities.

We support Australian music teachers as they strive for excellence in music education. more...

Upcoming Events

VIC: Lower Secondary/Middle Years Teacher Training Course (Level 1)

July 24 @ 4:30 pm - December 11 @ 4:30 pm

Zoltan Kodály, composer and music educator, has long provided a source of inspiration to music teachers from varied cultures and backgrounds. The Kodály method of classroom (or instrumental) music teaching is based on a child-developmental approach to learning. Teacher Training …
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ACT: Non-Specialist Music Teacher Session

August 7 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Are you a generalist teacher in a primary school?  Played a bit of recorder in year 7 and now find yourself having to teach music?  Never fear, KMEIA ACT is here! Come along and join in the fun and games …
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QLD – Vocal Health Workshop

August 9 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Come along and listen to speech pathologist Jane Mott explain the theories and practice behind vocal health, practical ideas as well as an understanding of how it all works. “Wendy Rolls will share some classroom applications and ideas” Presenters: Jane …
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SA: Term 3 Workshop — Middle School Music

August 9 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Interstate presenter Maree Hennessy will introduce a new resource especially for middle school music. This workshop targets teachers of students years (grades) 5 to 9.

WA: Musicianship Classes Term 3

August 19 @ 6:00 pm - September 9 @ 7:15 pm

Back by popular demand, we are delighted to be running Musicianship Classes again in Term 3 of 2014! Develop your inner hearing, musical memory, part work, sight-singing and intonation skills in a relaxed and fun setting. We will play some games too! …
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Latest News

KMEIA National Conference 2014 – July update

It is exciting to see registrations coming in and our website tells us it is 74 days to go! In this update: NSW Scholarships Early Bird - 9 days to go! Breakfasts Closing Concert 2 October NSW Accreditation Support thanks NSW …
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ENID SCOTT 1929 – 2014

Enid passed away peacefully last Friday 11 July in the Embracia Home, Lynbrook, Melbourne after suffering two falls that resulted in a broken arm, wrist and collar bone. Enid provided us all with an extraordinary example of dedication and community …
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KMEIA National Conference 2014 -May update

It is exciting to see registrations coming in and our website tells us it is 140 days to go! Over the last few days we have had some issues with access to the website but we believe this is now …
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The Full Deal Petition 2014

Dear KMEIA members, Quality music education for all Australian students is one of our fundamental aims, and improving the standard of teacher training to deliver excellent music programmes is an issue very dear to our hearts. The Music Trust and …
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Web Committee Membership: Call for Expressions of Interest

The Web Committee of the National Council oversees the policy, protocols, planning, design and implementation of all web services operated by KMEIA National, including its website, social media presence, membership database and online storage. The committee responds to requests from …
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