The British Kodaly Academy (supported by the Weingarten Trust) is running an excellent course at the Birmingham Conservatoire on the above dates.
There will be choir and solfege (musicianship using relative solfa) classes on each of the three days, and there will be workshops on Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Advanced methodology.
There will also be a Dalcroze workshop and one on Baroque Dance - and on the final day a workshop and concert with the Hungarian folk group 'Muzsikas'. They do, amongst other things, their own interpretations of some of the folk songs collected by Bartok.
The three day workshop is entitled 'From Folk Music to Art Music' and one of the tutors will be the totally wonderful and inspiring Dr. Laszlo Nemes, Director of the Kodaly Institute.
There are details of who to contact and how to apply on the BKA website - www.britishkodalyacademy.org. Or you can send a PM either to me or to forum member Moo.