The Kodály Summer Institute will be conducted remotely for Summer 2021.
The NYU Steinhardt 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 master's degree program may take all three levels of the NYU Steinhardt Kodály Summer Institute toward fulfillment of degree requirements, ending with both a master's degree in Music Education and Kodály certification.
The Kodály Summer Institute is endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators.
June 28 – July 16, 2021
April 12, 2021
$55 (Non-Refundable Application Fee)
$1,403 (Reduced Tuition)
TBD (Graduate Credit Tuition in 2020: $5,262, 3-Credit Course)
Scholarships and Financial Aid Available
Post-College and Graduate Students
Kodály Summer Institute does not have any audition requirements, however, there are program-specific questions that you will need to complete within the online application.
For Kodaly graduate credit-bearing application instructions, write to Josh Bailey.
Dr. Jerry Kerlin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kodály Summer Institute 2020 Faculty
Following his folk-song collecting with Béla Bartók in Hungary in the early 1900s, Zoltán Kodály had a vision—a monumental idea that music, like language, could be taught artistically using the authentic traditional (folk) materials of any given culture.
New York University remains the only campus in metropolitan New York offering Kodály certification on a noncredit and graduate credit basis.