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

Pathways to Music – “Music for Everyone”

February 6 - November 26

The Pathways to Music Program nurtures the idea of “music for everyone”. A range of music courses have been designed to promote access and inclusivity as well as providing meaningful and rigourous music education. The key characteristic of this program …
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VIC: Kodaly Primary Teacher Training Course (Level 1 & 2) Part A

February 20 @ 12:00 pm - May 21 @ 5:00 pm

Primary Teacher Training Course (Level 1 & 2) Part A is to be held in semester 1 on 8 Saturday afternoons beginning 20 February 2016. This course is accredited by the KMEIA national body and upon passing, participants receive the …
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NSW: Early Childhood Workshops – Sydney and Newcastle areas

April 1 @ 4:30 am - May 31 @ 6:00 pm

KMEIA NSW has experienced presenters available for Music Workshops in your Centre: tailor made to meet your Centre needs, these workshops provide the opportunity to develop repertoire and an understanding of the importance of Musical Play throughout the child’s day. WORKSHOPS: …
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SA: Australian Kodály Certificate Course 2016

April 25 - May 29

25-29th April,  and  18-22nd July 2016. Level One and Level Two Primary Music Education. Held at Tabor Adelaide on Goodwood Road. We are pleased to announce that Judy Johnson,internationally recognised, will be one of our lecturers. Other Lecturers:  Susan Searle  and Dr Janelle Fletcher.

ACT: Early Childhood Workshop with Judith Johnson

May 21 @ 9:15 am - 3:30 pm

Eminent educator, Judith Johnson, will lead participants in this engaging workshop. It will feature games, songs, dances and strategies for specialist and non-specialist teachers of music with a focus on Preschool to Year 2, or for those just wishing to …
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Latest News

2016 Kodály National Conference Update

Dear members, Are planning to join us in Brisbane from 26 – 29 September at All Hallows’ School? Perhaps you have already sent in your registration? It is exciting to see the national conference coming together. With the hard work …
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Reminder: Australian Kodály Scholarship and Enid Scott Conference Award

Dear members, REMINDER –  The closing date for all complete applications is this Thursday 31st March. It is with great pleasure that I write to inform you of our inaugural Australian Kodály Scholarship (AKS) and Enid Scott Conference Award (ESCA). …
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KMEIA National Conference – 2016 February Update

We hope you had a good start to the New Year and wish you all the best in 2016! Presenters and Sessions Applications to present at the National Kodály Conference are now closed and invitations are going out to presenters. …
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International Katalin Forrai Award

Committee: Mary Place-Chairman (UK), Helga Dietrich (Hun), Judy Johnson (Aus), Betsy McLaughlin-Moll (USA), Mary Stouffer (CAN) Under the auspices of the International Kodaly Society January 2016 The Committee is delighted to announce the third Presentation of the International Katalin Forrai Award. The …
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Australian Kodály Scholarship and Enid Scott Conference Award

Dear members It is with great pleasure that I write to inform you of our inaugural Australian Kodály Scholarship (AKS) and Enid Scott Conference Award (ESCA). Both are awarded biennially at the KMEIA National Conference. The Australian Kodály Scholarship (AKS) …
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