Children’s Kodály Choir Camp 2015
presented by the Kodály Institute of Houston
The Preparatory and Continuing Studies Department of the University of Houston Moores School of Music will host the Children's Kodály Choir Camp, August 3 – August 7, 2015 from 8:30am-3:30pm on the UH main campus. The camp is open to interested students who have completed 4th through 6th grades and have unchanged singing voices. Young singers will have the opportunity to improve their vocal and musicianship skills and learn quality choral music using Kodály choral techniques. They will also go behind the scenes at the Moores Opera House, the Organ Recital Hall, KUHA-FM Radio, and much more! The week will culminate in a final concert in Dudley Recital Hall.
Cost of the camp is $325, which includes tuition, music, T-shirt, daily lunch and snacks. Singers will study with Phyllis King, conductor and artistic director as well as advanced teachers from the Kodály Institute of Houston.
Ms. King is currently a retired music specialist/administrator, having served 31 years in Education. You might have seen her most recently as the Texas Choral Directors Association Elementary Vice-President. Maybe you've even seen her in the past as a TMEA, TCDA, OAKE or AOSA invited clinician. She has worked mainly in Conroe, Killeen and Plano and has been a presenter for numerous district professional learning opportunities. She has also been part of the faculty of many Kodály training programs at the district and college level.
For additional information or to register, contact the PCS Office at 713-743-3398 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based on the extensive research and philosophy of the late Hungarian composer, Zoltán Kodály, the Kodály approach is based on singing skills, which move the students, experientially, to music appreciation and literacy. The Kodály approach relies on the timeless beauty of folk music and classic art music to facilitate music reading, music appreciation, and music performance.