Carl Orff Canada at Home
Carl Orff Canada is pleased to present a list of online professional learning opportunities for teachers provided by Orff Chapters, Universities and approved Teacher Educator sites of traditional Orff Schulwerk courses. Courses are listed alphabetically. Please contact the COC Second Vice-President, Pam Hetrick to request to add a course.
Find the course listings here.
Fun With Composers
Click here to access free zoom webinars with University of Alberta's Orff Level 1 Instructors Sue Harvie and Heather Nail.
Follow the links below for different versions of a virtual xylophone created by Brent Geyer!
It works on your computer, phone, iPad, and other tablets. For borduns, it's best on a computer. There are four versions: All notes, C Pentatonic, G Pentatonic, and F Pentatonic.
*Please credit if using in a workshop, course, etc.
Garth Prince Videos and Online Resources
Local Edmonton Orff Member Garth Prince has developed many resources for students and teachers. Click here to check out his website.
Members Only Carl Orff Canada
Click here and sign in to the Carl Orff Canada Members Only Section of the website to access videos and resources from Bob de Frece, James Jackson, and Kim Friesen Wiens.
One of our Spring 2021 presenters, Marcus Fung, and friends new album. Click here
Click here for useful videos you can use in your music classroom!
Ostinato is the national publication of Carl Orff Canada - Music for Children, Musique pour enfants. It serves as a written forum for facilitating the sharing of ideas and successful teaching practices related to the Orff Schulwerk approach to music education. The emphasis is on professional communication and exchange among members of Carl Orff Canada via the publishing of stimulating articles, both theoretical and practical, original compositions, reviews, reports, announcements and special events
Click here to find the most recent publication.
National Arts Centre Resources
Click here for useful resources from the National Arts Centre.