Kodály Summer School 2024

Inspiring music education through singing


Sunday 4 – Saturday 10 August 2024


Kodály Summer School is open to class teachers, instrumental teachers, students, nursery practitioners, freelance musicians and anyone interested in music education. From a comprehensive choice of sessions, our established team of internationally renowned presenters provide tailored training and the latest insights for early to advanced stages of classroom, group and instrumental teaching.

At Kodály Summer School delegates from across the globe have the opportunity to sing, learn, and network with colleagues over a comprehensive choice of community classes, group lessons, individual sessions and fun inspiring evening activities. We look forward to greeting familiar faces and newcomers, keen to find out more about the Kodály approach to music education.

Bookings open 4th March

For early bird access sign up here

Watch highlights from our 2023 Kodály Summer School below.


Who can attend?


If you are a primary teacher, class music teacher, instrumental teacher, nursery practitioner or freelance musician our  Kodály Summer School offers you the unique opportunity to develop your practise in a supportive and engaging environment.

However, anyone is welcome to attend! If you love singing and want to learn more about the Kodály approach, we have lots of exciting sessions for you.


Course Pathways


We are offering participants the choice to follow a variety of different course pathways, depending on their aims and interest.

Evening Events

We love spending time with delegates from across the globe each year at the annual Kodály Summer School. This year is no different and we’re excited to offer a range of evening events including our much loved evening ceilidh and performances from Hannah Rarity and Richard Michael.

Evening events are included in the price of your registration fee unless otherwise stated. Our evening concert series is also open to the public and will be live-streamed.