Kodály Certification and Kodály M.M. Program
The School of Music at Texas State University, in association with Hays CISD, offers one of the largest Kodály programs in the United States endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE).
Kodály is ...
• a comprehensive, sequential program designed to foster an understanding and love of music
• an integration of many of the best ideas, techniques and approaches to music education universally proven to be successful
• intent on building musicianship through the singing of folk songs, classical music and other quality materials
Summer 2020 Dates: July 6 - 22
Faculty: Dr. Micheal Houlahan, Dr. Phillip Tacka,
Ms. Gaby Montoya, and Dr. Daniel Arredondo
To get started, download the 2020 Kodály Certification Program documents.
Featuring renowned Kodály faculty Drs. Micheal Houlahan and Philip Tacka, authors of Kodály Today and From Sound to Symbol, and Ms. Gaby Montoya, author of El Patio de Mi Casa, and Dr. Daniel Arredondo, Artistic Director of the Capital City Men's Chorus, these leading authorities on Kodály Music Studies, and Texas State in association with Hays CISD are pleased to offer one of the largest Kodály programs in the United States offering classes leading toward Kodály Certification and a Master’s degree in Kodály Pedagogy.
This program, certified by the Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE), permits enrolled graduate students to earn six credits each summer. It takes three summers in order to complete a Kodály certificate. Studies include Solfege, Pedagogy, Folk Materials, Conducting, Choir & Special Sessions.