Registration Still Open for Levels II, III, IV!

Choral Music Repertoire and Strategies with Dr. Alyson Shirk

Post-Certificate Study

 July 5, 6, 7 and weekdays July 10-21, 2017

St. Mark’s Church Parish Hall, 27 Main St. Southborough, Massachusetts

Summer Courses for Music Teachers and Choir Conductors

Early Bird discount for BAKE members

Why Choose KMI?

  • Brilliant, experienced faculty who give you and through you, your students the deep skills to be a lifelong focused and joyful music maker
  • Small classes and lots of individual attention
  • All high-quality, tested song materials and texts included in the fee
  • Meaningful assignments and requirements
  • Preparation for teaching K-12 music classes and choirs


From our participants:

“A most rewarding musical experience. Every minute was well-planned, engaging, totally relevant, challenging and sparked my interest in wanting to learn more. The faculty, an outstanding group of scholars and teachers, are knowledgeable and present the materials in a professional, supportive manner.”

“I’m excited to go back and try out the many ways I saw of transitioning to new material musically rather than the very verbal way I have been using.”

 “The greatest thing I can take away from KMI is that having an intimate understanding of the music you are teaching can allow you to more purposefully prepare your students to ultimately make them more independent musicians.”

The Kodály Music Institute Directors are ready to answer any questions!

or contact

Susie Petrov KMI Co-Director,
Carol Forward KMI Assistant Director,

For Website Issues contact: Topher Keene Webmaster, AZ Kodaly Teacher Society President,

Thank You to our Sponsors and Partners:

Apply for up to $2,000 to cover US/Hungary conference, seminar or workshop registration fees and travel expenses, including lodging.
Apply for up to $10,000 per semester to cover graduate school expenses. Open to Hungarians who have been accepted into graduate programs (masters or doctoral programs) in the United States in the Fall semester of 2017 or the Spring semester of 2018.
Apply for up to $5,000 for art and cultural projects. Preference will be given to cooperative projects focused on youth outreach, involving larger educational and cultural institutions and those with a strong and sustainable vision for growth.
Before submitting an application, please read carefully our application guidelines