Kodály Method

When and Where

2 Feb 2020 - 9 Feb 2020 (11 hours, 2 weeks)
Days and times
Sunday 10:30 - 17:00
Morley College London


Full fee
Concession fee
Senior fee
Senior Fee discount not applicable

Quick Facts

Selena Kay
Course code

What you will learn

An introductory course for all musicians to improve their aural skills, sight-singing and general musicianship using this renowned teaching method with an experienced and qualified tutor. Good basic knowledge of music theory and the ability to sing in tune are essential.

By the end of the course you will be able to

  • Recognise and understand pitch patterns in melody through the relative solfa system
  • Learn rhythm syllables to improve reading and transcription of rhythm
  • Understand the pitch relationships in different tonalities
  • Improve sight-reading of melodic material in different tonalities
  • Develop skills in melodic transposition

Class format and activities

The classes will mainly focus on practical work involving singing. Handouts of musical material will be provided and there will be some written exercises such as annotating and transcribing melodies and rhythms.

In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.

Entry requirements

Enthusiasm to develop your aural skills, ability to pitch notes with your voice, and understanding of the fundamentals of music theory (scales, keys, time signatures, note values).

What you need to know before you enrol


What you will need for your class

Manuscript paper and a pencil

What you can do next

This course supports and develops musicianship skills so is helpful for any kind of further music study and also to support current music study.