Students go through a sequential music education process using methods such as the Kodály Concept, Orff Method, and Solfège Approach.
Each semester directors and music instructors will continue to help students:
learn to read musical notation and understand key musical concepts through sequential process, and
develop a solid education in music theory and skill in ear training.
The Kodaly Method breaks down the learning of music into a series of concepts (or components). Then applies a sequential learning process to each one. This sequential learning process follows the natural developmental pattern used in learning a language, which is aural, written, and then read.
Aural – oral – kinesthetic
Read – recognized
- Written – pictoral – abstract