Kansas Orff Chapter Workshops are open to anyone interested in learning about the Orff Schulwerk model. You do not need Orff Schulwerk certification to attend any of our workshops! Each workshop is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to engage in the learning activities. Detailed notes are provided so attendees can participate without worrying about taking notes.  Graduate credit is available through Baker University.  Workshop participants can receive one hour of graduate credit for attending “both” the October and January workshops.  One hour of graduate credit is also available for those attending the two day Orff-n-Running workshop in late July or August.

What to expect at a KOC workshop:
-Wear casual clothes with comfortable shoes for movement.
-Always bring a soprano recorder and any other voicings that you have.
-Remember that lunch is always provided. Breakfast snacks are also available.
-There will often be music materials available for purchase. Bring your checkbook!
-Come ready to learn and meet the most wonderful friends you will have for a lifetime.
-Expect your teaching and your life to be changed forever.


Future Clinicians:

NEW ONLINE WORKSHOP: July 29 & 30, 2021.  9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Central time).  Dena Byers – “Developing the Confident Singer”, Thom Borden – “Rhythms and Rhymes in Virtual Times”, Tom Michalek – “Planning past Tomorrow: Long Range Planning for Long Range Success!”, Judy Pine – “Let’s Talk About Simple Repairs for Your Orff Instruments”.  Click on above link for online registration form.  Click on pull down tab “Upcoming Workshops” for more specific workshop information.

*There will be no Baker credit for this workshop due to the change of this being an abbreviated online workshop during the current Coronavirus pandemic.

*Out of state registrants should click on the HOA membership tab on the registration page so you are not charged the KOC membership fee.

*A Zoom link will be emailed to all participants who register for the workshop.