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Initiated and established by the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy of Music, Hungary, a brand new International Kodály Musicianship Certificate Programme has been launched this week. It is a comprehensive study and certification programme in Musicianship combined with an optional extra module in Teaching Methodology (Pedagogy).

The IKC Musicianship Programme is recommended for musicians, music educators and music lovers who wish to systematically develop their musicianship to the highest level possible, including their practical musical skills in the field of music theory (harmonic hearing, sense of form, musical analysis, etc.). The IKC Teaching Methodology Programme is recommended for those music educators who wish to apply Kodály’s educational principles and their newly developed teaching techniques acquired through the Programme in their professional work. The combination of these two programmes will have a significant impact on the quality and efficiency of your professional practice as a music teacher and will result in more joyful, meaningful, and experience-based music lessons for students.



- need a comprehensive understanding of the language of music and a subsequent understanding of the content of musical masterworks;

- are a musician who would like to develop musical understanding in a way that integrates both theoretical and practical aspects;

- feel that there is a disconnection between the music theory you have learnt and its practical application;

- are a music educator who wish to acquire a wider set of teaching tools and develop skills to create enjoyable, meaningful musical experiences;

- wish to apply Kodály-inspired music education principles in their everyday practice;

- need a Certificate from the Kodály Institute from where the Kodály movement originates;

- wish to study under the tutelage of internationally renowned master teachers of the Kodály Institute;



On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Portuguese Association for Music Education (APEM), Professor Cristína Brito da Cruz, Director of the Kodály Centre of Portugal compiled a significant study on the most outstanding music education movements in Portugal including an overview of the adaptation of the Kodály - concept as well.

We are happy to announce the 500th user from The Netherlands, Wilmar Aarnoudse from The Hague. 

Be the 500th registered user from The Netherlands and win a free ticket to the jubilee Kodály Masterclass Weekend in The Hague! Hurry up as the counter is already standing on 494!

A review has been published in Canada in the latest volume of the International Education Studies Journal on the Creative Piano Pedagogy developed by two eminent Hungarian Kodály specialists under the name ZeneZen.

Further to our previous announcement, this is a reminder about the approaching deadline, 1st of November 2022 of the Katalin Forrai Award nomination.

Congratulations to Zara Wardrop, our 1000th user from the UK! She will  be contacted soon for her choice of book. We hope she will enjoy the Kodály HUB as much as we and all the other users from around the world do.

The Kodály HUB Team

Let the Kodály community celebrate Zsuzsa Vető, an extraordinary musician, choral conductor, and Kodály educator on her 80th birthday!

Zsófia Tallér's English-language compositions for children's choirs are now available!

Colleagues who are searching for new pieces to refresh the repertoire of their choruses may have a look at the sheet music of the outstanding composer Zsófia Tallér's newly launched webshop.