The Victorian Orff Schulwerk Association

Victorian Orff Schulwerk Association

Creative Movement and Music









Welcome to the Victorian Orff Schulwerk Association

VOSA is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the practice and promotion of the Orff Schulwerk approach to music.

We provide professional development opportunities in Orff Schulwerk and are dedicated to provide support and advocate for the creative potential of all learners.

“In a child’s life, it is often the music teacher who will be remembered above all others once the child has left school. Music teachers have the potential to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary, sparking imaginations at every turn. You never know when this happens with a child, which makes every lesson special, no matter how hard it may seem at the time. Music teachers are the salt of the earth.”

Richard Gill OAM

Memberships are now open for 2022

You will be aware that for most of 2020 and 2021 our membership for VOSA has been complementary. From February 1st, 2022, renewal of membership and payment of fees will be necessary to ensure your membership be continued.

We have reviewed our fees with the intention of making membership affordable and good value.

If you choose to renew or apply from now until the end of January 2022, then your paid membership will automatically be set for one year from February 1st.

If you renew or apply on a date after that, your membership will be for 365 days from that date.

Become a VOSA Member and reap the benefits today

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Back to School Day

Saturday February 26, 2022

Join VOSA and Kodály Vic for our annual Back to School Day!

The morning will include workshops run by Kodály and Orff experts! Brush off the cobwebs and kick-start the New Year. Be inspired by fresh and innovative ideas!

Venue: Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School. 17 Leslie Rd. Essendon

Presenters: Katie Hull-Brown (lower Orff), Renee Heron (lower Kodály), Sarah Brooke (upper Orff), Jenny Ferris (upper Kodály)