2014-2015 Workshop Series for Music Educators

A collaboration between BAKE, KMI and Anna Maria College:
Earn college credit for attending BAKE workshops!

Title: The Kodály Concept of Music Education (DVD-ROM)
Editors: Sarolta Platthy, Dr Mihály Ittzés
Advisor: Péter Erdei
With a representative selection of demonstration class videos from kindergarten to secondary school and choir.
With English and Hungarian texts and videos.
Contents: Welcome – Kodály’s Life – The Kodály Concept – Demonstrations – Extra Features – On the Foundation – Impressum
Further information:
The DVD-ROM was published in 2007 by the Foundation, as a revised edition of the 2006 DVD-ROM published under the same title and sponsored by the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Kodály Heritage Programme of the Town of Kecskemét.
Distributed by Editio Musica Budapest.
Suggested retail price by EMB: 33 EUR.
For more information on how to obtain copies outside Hungary, please contact them at emb@emb.hu, or the Foundation at foundation@kodaly.hu


Saturday, January 10, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Hidden and Lost Meaning in Children’s Folksong with Jeffrey Rhone
Jeffrey Rhone is currently a full-time doctoral student in music education at the Hartt School, where he teaches during the Summer Term.  He is a performance expert and scholar on traditional American folk music and balladry.  Jeff uses his hand-made auto-harp, dulcimer and banjo to deliver astounding performances, and has taught all levels of pedagogy from pre-k through college.


Saturday, March 28, 2015
12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Harmonia Mundi: Afternoon Chapter Share
Couldn’t make it to the 2015 OAKE Conference? Let us bring highlights of the conference back to you as BAKE members re-present their favorite selections from the conference in Minneapolis. This is a Saturday *Afternoon* Workshop.



This year, we are offering a reduced Season Pass to OAKE members for $40!

To renew your OAKE membership or join for the first time, click here. Be sure to select BAKE as your chapter affiliation.

OAKE Members: $40 for all four workshops
Full-Time Students (with ID): $5 cash per workshop
Non-OAKE Members: $50 per workshop
Retired OAKE Members: $20 for all four workshops

We accept cash and checks on the day of each workshop, or use Paypal to register ahead of time!

OAKE Workshops



All workshops will be held in the Boston University College of Fine Arts Building
855 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215 
By Train: Take the B-line to the BU West stop

Parking: There is metered on-street parking on both sides of Commonwealth Ave., and a parking lot behind the Agganis Arena (925 Comm. Ave.) that is about $2.00/hour (their website says “hourly parking” on weekends).