This theme invites music educators and the broader community to reflect on new possibilities in Kodály-inspired research and practice. United by the principles of Kodály’s philosophy, delegates are invited to consider their diverse perspectives working in a range of music education contexts and the implications on our shared journey as we confront new horizons.
You will attend some sessions together with all the delegates and some sessions in groups.
Please take time to ascertain which musicianship group will be the most suitable for you. Please indicate on your registration form which group you think best suits you. Once you are at the conference, if you find the group you are in is too easy/advanced there will be an opportunity to change after the first ten minutes of the session.
Choose from a wide variety of workshops and papers led by experienced local, interstate and overseas presenters. Full details of electives will be added to the website as they are confirmed.
Lunch and morning tea are included in your registration each day of the conference. Please notify us immediately any special dietary requirements if you haven’t already done so when you registered. The caterers are able to provide for most needs but only if given plenty of notice.
There will be a broad range of traders present, many selling at ‘conference special’ prices and some offering ‘giveaways’. Come prepared and support the traders and sponsors who are supporting us.
There are a number of ways that you can get to the venue, whether it is by your own car, by taxi or through public transport. More information coming soon.
Details will be added soon.
Find out about scholarships available at KMEIA 2018 here.