Kodály Ireland Solfège Classes Autumn 2021

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Kodály Ireland Solfège class series at level 2.

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Due to expressed interest from our members and followers, we are delighted to present this wonderful 10-week online Solfège course.

Course Details

The aim of this course is to develop each participant's sense of musicianship and to develop musicianship skills such as ear training and the ability to sight-read, all while developing a solid understanding of music theory. Though we normally provide in-person classes, some of the more commonly asked questions about our classes remain very relevant in the online context and are answered on our website:


Course dates

  • Start: Thursday 23rd September 2021
  • Midterm break (no class): 28th October 2021
  • Finish: 2nd December 2021

Weekly class timetable

Thursdays 7pm to 8pm

Level descriptors**

Level 2: For those who have some experience with music reading and understanding. If you have previously taken introductory Solfège classes and want to develop your skills, this is the place for you. Some familiarity with relative solfa is an advantage here, but not necessary.

**Classes will run subject to enrollment. Spaces are limited.


If you would like to join Kodály Ireland as a member (€30/calendar year), please see our website for details:


Refund policy

Please note that refunds will only be given in cases where cancellation is made before 4pm on Thursday 16th September 2021. In this case, the full fee less an administration fee of €50 will be refunded via bank transfer. Cancellations made after 4pm on Thursday 16th September will not be refunded.

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Kodály Ireland is an educational support group specialising in professional development for music teachers and musicians. Presented by leading Irish and Hungarian music educators, our training courses provide opportunities for teachers, singers, instrumentalists and conductors to become familiar with the renowned concept of music education formulated by the Hungarian composer and educator Zoltán Kodály, a concept which can be summed up very simply as active, experience-based learning and musical development through singing.

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