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Studiorum Series 2020

AKS 2020 Programme

AKS 2020 Programme

Asia Kodály Symposium 2020 Programme

To sign up for the Asia Kodály Symposium 2020, please click here.

Final AKS programme17 August 2020 (Monday)
09.30am – 10.30am Symposium Opening
10.45am – 11.45am An Introduction to the Kodaly Concept by Albert TAY (Singapore)
12.00pm – 01.00pm Virtual Fun in the Time of Covid-19: Philippine Children’s Songs, Spoken Rhymes and Games for Teaching by Roselle Eilnore H. MATIAS (Philippines)

08.00pm – 09.00pm Introduction to Move Mi Application Reka TÓTH (Hungary)
*9.30pm – 10.30pm Musicianship by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary) (Add-on, available only with additional special priced ticket purchase i.e. AKS Registration + Musicianship) FULLY BOOKED! If you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please click here.
*N.B. Musicianship Track is developmental. Active participants should be present for all 5 sessions to fully benefit. We regret that this special priced ticket is currently not available as a standalone course – participants may purchase your AKS Registration Ticket together with the Musicianship ticket during registration.

18 August 2020 (Tuesday)
09.30am – 10.30am Introduction to Kodaly Hub (Pre-Recorded) by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary)
10.45am – 11.45am Navigating the New Normal: Thoughts on Arts Leadership post-COVID-19 by Adrian TAN (Singapore)
12.00pm – 01.00pm (Non-) Essential Teachers – Creating Empowered Students by Leslie TAY (Singapore)

08.00pm – 09.00pm Interaction in Piano Teaching in an Online Space by Naomi KAYAYAN (UK)
*9.30pm – 10.30pm Musicianship by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary)

19 August 2020 (Wednesday)
09.30am – 10.30am Kodály Music Therapy Through ACapella Singing by Dr. CHO Hongky (South Korea)
10.45am – 11.45am  Effective Synchronous & Asynchronous Learning by MAK Chi Hoe (Malaysia)
12.00pm – 01.00pm Teaching Classical Voice Online by Reuben LAI (Singapore)

08.00pm – 09.00pm Improving Piano Technique Aniko NOVÁK (Hungary)
*9.30pm – 10.30pm Musicianship by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary)

20 August 2020 (Thursday)
09.30am – 10.30am Introduction to Musicators by Daniel BALI (Hungary) & Daniel MOLNÁR (Germany – Hungary)
10.45am – 11.45am Online Instrumental Ensemble Teaching by Adrian CHIANG (Singapore)
12.00pm – 01.00pm Teaching Contemporary Broadway Singing TJ TAYLOR (UK – Singapore)

08.00pm – 09.00pm Hearing Oriented Strategies for Teaching Very Young Piano Beginners by Prof. Rita CHENG (Taiwan)
*9.30pm – 10.30pm Musicianship by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary)

21 August 2020 (Friday)
09.30am – 10.30am Co-creation in Music-Making (Pre-Recorded) by LEE Jinjun (Singapore)
10.45am – 11.45am Incorporating Digital Audio Workstations Into One’s Teaching & Composition Workflow by Albert TAY
12.00pm – 01.00pm Introduction to Estill Voice Training – Healthy Pop Singing by Aaron Mathew LIM (Singapore)

08.00pm – 09.00pm Digitalisation of Piano Teaching & Performance – A Personal Exploration by Robert CHAMBERLAIN (Australia)
*9.30pm – 10.30pm Musicianship by Prof. László NEMES (Hungary)

22 August 2020 (Saturday)
09.30am – 11.00am Round Table Discussion : Solfege in Asia by Prof. Rita CHENG (Taiwan), Prof. LI Mei (PRC) & Dr. Zechariah GOH (Singapore)
08.00pm – 09.30pm Round Table Discussion 2 : Singapore Composers by Dr. HOH Chung Shih, Dr. Zechariah GOH, Dr. Joyce KOH

23 August 2020 (Sunday)
09.30am – 11.00am Round Table Discussion 3 : Singapore Conductors by Adrian TAN, Adrian CHIANG, Mike CHIANG & YONG Chee Foon

08.00pm – 09.30pm Symposium Farewell

N.B. Programme subject to change!

To sign up for the Asia Kodály Symposium 2020, please click here.

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