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If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of these, then The Phoenix Collective can help!
We are all trained in the Kodály approach to music education and Kodály’s philosophy underpins everything we do. We are able to provide bespoke courses upon request. Our members also provide their own individual training and courses.
Phoenix are delighted to announce their brand-new course module!
APPLY NOW for the next module - 'Methodology Overview'.
This weekend course will show how the Kodály approach can look from babyhood to secondary ages - also in an instrumental and choral setting.
It will also include a session showing how the same song material can be used in a variety of settings and with different age groups.
We look forward to seeing you there! All sessions will be delivered by ZOOM!
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 13th MARCH 2021 - SO HURRY!
The Phoenix Collective
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