Kodály Summer Institute

Summer Programs

Kodály Summer Institute

The Kodály Summer Institute is open to students as a noncredit summer course. Students may also take the course for 3 graduate credits. Students who enroll in the Summer Masters Degree Program may take all three Levels of the NYU Kodály Summer Institute toward fulfillment of degree requirements, ending with both a Masters Degree in Music Education and Kodály Certification.

The Kodály Summer Institute is endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators.

Program Dates: July 3 - July 21, 2017
Student Orientation: July 2, 2017, 5:00-7:00pm 

Application Deadline:

Priority: March 31, 2017
Final: May 5, 2017
Applications will be accepted past the deadline on a rolling basis for U.S. students who are NOT in need of on-campus housing

Costs & Fees:

$55 (Non-Refundable Application Fee)
$1,326 (Non-Credit Tuition)
$5,401 (Graduate Credit Tuition)
$1,230 (3 Weeks On-Campus Housing and Required Meal Plan)
International Applicant/Student Fee Information

Intended For:

Post-College and Graduate Students
Continuing Professionals

The Kodály Summer Institute serves both graduate musicians-educators and those who have worked in the field—all who would like to enrich their skills in creating curriculum and delivering pedagogy in a Kodály-based music classroom. Participants experience and collect traditional (folk) materials that can be sequenced with the intention of leading their young music makers toward the goals of music literacy and musical understanding. Course work includes:

  • Levels 1, 2, and 3; One Level Each for Three Summers
  • Noncredit or 3 Graduate Credits Available for Each Level
  • Preschool Through Secondary School Methodology
  • Ear Training Using Movable Tonic Solfege
  • Vocal Skills for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
  • Choral Ensemble
  • Choral Conducting
  • Materials and Skills for Starting a Chorus at Elementary and Middle School Levels
  • Traditional (Folk) Materials and Research
  • Movement through Singing Games
  • Extending Kodály to the Recorder

The Kodály Summer Institute is open to students as a noncredit course (like most MPAP Summer Programs). If qualified, students may also take the course for 3 graduate credits. Students who enroll in the Summer Masters Degree Program may take all three Levels of the NYU Kodály Summer Institute toward fulfillment of degree requirements, ending with both a Masters Degree in Music Education and Kodály Certification.

Kodály and Music Education

Course Descriptions

Faculty

Special Initiatives and Workshops 2017

Special Weekend and Evening Activities

Housing & Meal Plan Information

Costs and Fees

Receiving Your Admission Decision

Scholarship & Financial Aid


Contact Us

Program Administration
Summer Programs
212 998 5438
mpap.summer@nyu.edu

Academic Content
Dr. Jerry Kerlin
Kodály Summer Institute, Director
212 998 5774
jerry.kerlin@nyu.edu