Research & Innovation

I. MTA-LFZE Active Music Learning Research Group

The working group comprised of the pedagogues and researchers of the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy and the Brain Imaging Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, led by Norbert László Nemes, won the support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for four years.

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II. Klára Kokas Music Pedagogy Research Workshop

Our research workshop is an interinstitutional organization in the Kodály Institute of Liszt Academy, which officially operates from 13 December 2016, but has several years of research history and more than 100 titles in the field of publishing.


III. Erasmus+

Tender support for the creative renewal of music pedagogical practices


IV. Model School Programme

The Kodály Institute’s Model School Programme was launched in the Calvinist Elementary School in Kecskemét.