As an Australian musician and educator I consider it a privilege to have been given the opportunity to study choral conducting and music pedagogy in Hungary at the International Kodály Institute for two academic years (2002-04). What began simply as reflective diary entries during this time eventually evolved into a Master of Music Studies thesis entitled Australians at the Kodály Institute: Reflections on the Journey held at the ARMUS library, School of Music, University of Queensland. This paper is based on an excerpt of the thesis.
King, A. (2010). 30 Years of Pilgrimage: Australians at the Kodály Institute, Hungary. Australian Kodály Journal, (2010), 37-41. Retrieved from http://www.kodaly.org.au/assets/2010_Aus_Kodaly_Journal.pdf