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Graduate Listing

Over 150 music educators have successfully completed the requirements of the Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC). Congratulations to the following graduates*.

Gillian Archer (Primary)
Claire Armstrong (Primary)
Catherine Arthurson (Primary)
Veronica Aske (Early Childhood,Primary)
Melissa Black (Primary)
Jason Boron (Primary)
Carolyn Brown (Primary)
Rebecca Brown (Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary)
William Brown (Secondary)
Deborah Brydon (Early Childhood)
Debra Burge (Early Childhood, Primary)
Patricia Casey (Early Childhood, Primary)
Philippa Chapman (Secondary)
Catherine Clarnette (Secondary)
Ann Clifton (Primary)
Jennifer Clutterbuck (Primary)
Simonne Connelly (Early Childhood)
Joel Copeland (Secondary)
Susan Creese (Secondary)
Justin Desmarchelier (Primary)
Kelsey de Woronin (Primary)
Jacqueline Dieteren (Early Childhood)
Elaine Ding (Early Childhood,Primary)
Jenny Ferris (Primary)
Sarah Fewster (Primary)
Katharine Finlayson (Primary)
Dr Janelle Colville Fletcher (Secondary)
Megan Flint (Secondary)
Wong Yung Fong (Primary)
Susan Fredline (Primary)
Stefania Gatt (Primary)
Jason Goopy (Secondary)
Paula Grasby (Primary)
Ursula Greig (Secondary)
Kristel Hawksworth (Secondary)
Browyn Hendy (Primary)
Renee Heron (Early Childhood)
Elise Hickey (Primary)
Catherine Holdstock (Early Childhood)
Grazina Hurba (Primary)
Serena Jefferis (Primary)
Bonnie Kay (Primary)
David Kaloczy (Primary)
Tim Kemp (Secondary)
Craig Kennedy (Secondary)
Mona Khosiaviani (Secondary)
Tammy Kilpatrick (Early Childhood)
Dearne Kinmont (Early Childhood)
Benita Klowss (Early Childhood)
Brenda Lander (Primary)
Catherine Laws (Early Childhood)
Julian Leinenga (Secondary)
Mei-Hung Lin (Secondary)
Kimberley Lloyd (Secondary)
Anna Maguire (Primary)
Sarah Mann (Secondary)
Sandy Marwick (Primary)
Hayley McDonald-Burns (Primary)
Alisen McLeod (Primary)
Deborah McNamara (Primary)
Esther Tan Yean Mean (Early Childhood,Primary)
Georgina Meecham (Secondary)
Bruce Myers (Secondary)
Peter Olley (Primary)
Matthew Owen (Primary)
Cherie Patton (Early Childhood)
Katherine Pearce (Secondary)
Lucy Pfeifer (Primary)
Alison Pomerenke (Early Childhood, Primary)
Wendy Rolls (Primary)
Susanna Saw (Secondary)
Michael Scanlan (Primary, Secondary)
Paul Sealey (Secondary)
Nicole Sherringham (Early Childhood)
Katie Sinclair (Primary)
Katherine Smith (Primary)
Ang Geok Sun (Early Childhood)
Rebecca Thomas (Primary)
Ingrid Tomsett (Primary)
Carla Trott (Secondary)
Anna Van Veldhuisen (Secondary)
Elisabeth Viggers (Secondary)
Lau Choo Wee (Primary)
Angela Williamson (Early Childhood)
Karina Valencia Wiyata (Primary)
Doreen Leong Chin Yee (Early Childhood, Primary,Secondary)

Congratulations to the following graduates* of the Australian Kodály Award (AKA) in Early Childhood.

Esther Tan Yean Mean (Early Childhood)

*The graduates listed above have given written consent to have their names and specialisations published (including print and online) by KMEIA. If you are an AKC or AKA graduate and would like to have your name and specialisation published by KMEIA, please contact info@kodaly.org.au.

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