Monday 15th to Saturday 20th April 2024
Orff New Zealand Aotearoa is offering a Level 1, 6-day workshop, the successful completion of which achieves ONZA certification (Level 1) in Orff Pedagogy. The Level 1 workshop is a gentle, experiential introduction to the practices and principles of the Orff approach. The approach is appropriate to the needs of both specialist and generalist teachers working in early childhood, primary, intermediate and lower secondary school and community settings
ONZA offers a scholarship to members for this Level 1, 6-day workshop. Click on the link to find out more.
Dr Millie Locke
Dr. Millie Locke is an ONZA levels teacher and coordinates ONZA’s professional development programmes. Millie has been involved in music education in Aotearoa, New Zealand, in various educational and community-based settings (early childhood, primary and tertiary) for many years. In the mid-nineties, Millie was awarded a fellowship to undertake AOSA Level 2 (1996) & Level 3 (1997) in Orff Schulwerk at the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York. Since that time, she has been deeply involved in the ongoing process of adapting this approach to local music education settings. Millie currently teaches in the School of Music at Auckland University. Her current research interests include Orff-inspired music teacher formation, critically responsive pedagogy, and, composition and improvisation in primary school.
Jo has been a Music and Drama specialist in primary, early childhood and tertiary environments, and currently teaches music at Wakaaranga Primary in Auckland. Singing in choirs and musical theatre from an early age fostered a love of performing Arts, and the creative and integrated approach of the Orff Schulwerk drew Jo in. Jo tutors in the Orff teacher training courses, the ONZA mentoring programme, and facilitates Primary Schools Workshops, enjoying every opportunity to see teachers supported and music programmes developed in schools.
With a strong musical upbringing and a Jazz performance degree, Jeremy began his teaching pathway by sharing his love of Taonga Pūoro and Waiata Māori with primary school Kapahaka groups. Armed with a GradDip and ONZA levels 1-4, he has taught in over 20 schools and run a CRT music programme in 3. He has attended music education workshops in Austria, Italy, Sweden, and Estonia, as well as learning and presenting at workshops and wananga locally. Jeremy is passionate about equipping young people with the tools, awareness and inclination to express themselves musically.
Fees: (A deposit of $200 needs to be paid on enrolment with the balance fully payable by March 4 for the April course )
- Members: $600
- Non-members: $640
Late fees (from March 5th, 2024):
- Members: $710
- Non-members: $750
To apply for or renew ONZA membership go to the Membership page.
To register and pay for Level 1
Register your name and details online:
- Level 1 Course April: Click here
Then, use your own Internet banking facility to make a direct deposit into the ONZA account at BNZ 02 0248 0073940 097 (Reference: Your surname; Code: L1UOAA24). Entering your surname means you will be registered. Payment by credit card is also available during registration.