Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis at Lakeland University

Summer Graduate Music Program

About The Program

Lakeland University’s Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis program is designed with the practicing music educator in mind:

  • Program has been reconfigured to be completed in a summers-only, low-residency model – Students will complete a two-week on-campus program for three summers with limited online coursework.
  • Students will earn the OAKE-Endorsed Kodály Certificate as a part of the MM program.
  • Students may apply up to 5 credits earned in Lakeland’s Orff-Schulwerk Certification program and/or credit-bearing workshop offerings to the Master's program.
  • Students will study with leading faculty in the field of music education in a supportive, joyful atmosphere.

June 24 - July 5, 2024

Program Dates

The on-campus program will take place June 24 - July 5 at Lakeland’s scenic main campus in Sheboygan, WI. 

Credit-bearing workshops will also be offered throughout the year.

Program Faculty

See Orff Schulwerk Certification program and Workshop pages for additional program faculty.

Dr. Frank Gallo's musical journey began with early immersion in classical piano, voice, and trumpet. Driven by passion, he pursued advanced studies in choral conducting under mentors like Robert Shafer, Péter Erdei, and Edward Bolkovac.

Gallo's talent has garnered acclaim, earning him invitations and awards as a guest conductor, presenter, and composer. He has directed esteemed ensembles like the OAKE National Chamber Choir and various regional and district festivals. Recently, he demonstrated his expertise at the European Music Educators Winter Conference in Stuttgart, Germany. As a past recipient of OAKE’s Ruth Boshkoff Composition Prize, Dr. Gallo's works enjoy wide publication.

With a distinguished career spanning esteemed institutions such as The Hartt School, DePaul University, and Shepherd University, Dr. Gallo currently serves as the Chair of Lakeland University’s Summer Graduate Music Program in Wisconsin. Concurrently, he holds the role of Choir Director at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois.

Expanding his educational repertoire, Gallo has embraced a new role as Lecturer and Assistant Director of Public Speaking Instruction at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. He finds joy in bridging the worlds of choral music performance and public speaking, highlighting their complementary nature, and sharing his passion for both.


  • MU 631 Solfege III
  • MU 601 Choral Ensemble
  • MU 632 Choral Literature & Advanced Conducting

Dr. Brent Gault has taught elementary and early childhood music courses in Texas, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. He specializes in elementary general music education, early childhood music education and Kodály-inspired methodology. Dr. Gault also has training in both the Orff and Dalcroze approaches to music education.

He has presented sessions and research at conferences of the American Orff-Shulwerk Association, the Dalcroze Society of America, the International Kodály Educators, and MENC: The National Association for Music Education. In addition, he has served as a presenter and guest lecturer for colleges and music education organizations in the United States and China.

Articles by Dr. Gault have been published in various music education periodicals, including the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, the Journal of Research in Music Education, Music Educators Journal, General Music today, the Kodály Envoy, the Orff Echo, and the American Dalcroze Journal.

In addition to his duties with the Music Education Department at Indiana University where he is an associate professor of music (music education) in the Jacobs School of Music, Dr. Gault serves as the program director for the Indiana University Children’s Choir where he conducts the Allegro Choir. He is a past president of the Organization of American Kodály Educators.


  • MU 610 Kodály Methods I
  • MU 621 Solfege II

Dr. Rachel Grimsby has over fifteen years of experience teaching elementary general music and choir. Her research interests, while varied, are centered in teaching music to students with disabilities, preservice music teacher preparation as it relates to teaching music to students with disabilities, and the relationship between music and language acquisition. Dr. Grimsby has presented practitioner and research sessions at state, national, and international conferences. She has been published in International Journal of Music Education, Arts Education Policy Review, Journal of Music Teacher Education, Research Studies in Music Education, Qualitative Research in Music Education, Journal of General Music Education, Music Educators Journal, and the Orff Echo. Dr. Grimsby is fully certified in Feierabend, Kodály, Orff, and holds GIML Elementary I and II certificates. She is a member of AERA, ISME, and NAfME. In her free time, Dr. Grimsby enjoys reading, watching movies, gaming, and spending time with her family.


  • MU 620 Kodály Methods II
  • MU 690 Research in Music Education
  • MU 791 Capstone Project

Dr. Loneka Battiste is Assistant Professor of Music Education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Drawing on 14 years of experience teaching children in school and community settings, she now teaches elementary general and middle school choral methods and graduate courses in music education. She has presented several papers and sessions at local, national, and international conferences and symposia and is a frequent clinician and guest conductor for elementary, middle school, and community choirs. As a former member of the Moses Hogan Chorale and the Moses Hogan Singers, she completed her dissertation entitled “ ‘Music Down in My Soul’: Achieving a Sound Ideal for Moses Hogan Spirituals” in 2014. Her work has been published in the Choral Journal, Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, Journal of General Music Education, Proceedings of the International Society for Music Education, and General Music: Dimensions of Practice.

Dr. Battiste’s scholarly interests in music education include multicultural education, culturally responsive teaching, and culturally relevant teaching in national and international contexts. She frequently presents on the artistic style of Moses Hogan, Black music aesthetics, and various musics of the African diaspora. In 2019, she completed a Fulbright Fellowship at Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) in Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil and studied coco, a musical tradition of the Brazilian northeast, in the Xambá community of Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil. While in Brazil, she gave lectures on African American musics and formed a gospel choir at UFPE. She also gave lectures on culturally responsive teaching at UFPE, Universidade Federal de Paraiba, and Artefatos da Cultura Negra in Ceará. Her relationship with UFPE and the Xambá community is ongoing. Through the University of Tennessee’s Global Catalyst Award, she is building a teaching and research exchange program between UFPE, the Xambá community, and the university’s music education program. In summer of 2023, she presented a plenary session paper at the International Council for Traditional Music Conference in Ghana entitled “Eu Vim de Longe: Africa and Coco da Xambá.” In September 2024, she gave the closing keynote for the Brazilian Music Education Association (ABEM) national conference in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

She is the founding director of the Knoxville Opera Children’s Choir and directs the Mount Olive Baptist Church Children’s Choir. She also serves on the Board of the Tennessee Music Education Association as the Society for Music Teacher Education Representative and Research Chair. She has served in various leadership positions in the Society for Ethnomusicology, including Co-Chair of the Education Section, Co-Chair of the Crossroads Section, and Co-Chair of the Gertrude Robinson Network of Scholars.


  • MU 611 Solfege I
  • MU 613 Choral Conducting Techniques
  • MU 630 Kodály Methods III

Manju Durairaj was born and raised in India. She studied in Pune, India. She was involved in graduate research projects on comparative pedagogical practices of Indian (Carnatic) and Western Music at Middlesex University, London, UK. She graduated with her second master’s degree and K-12 certification from VanderCook College of Music, Chicago.

Manju is the Lower School Music Teacher at the Latin School of Chicago. She is president elect for ILMEA elementary general music division, vice president-elect DEI of AOSA, past president of the Greater Chicago Orff Chapter and is a certified Orff Schulwerk Levels Teacher Instructor. She is a certified Arts Integration specialist. She is an adjunct professor at VanderCook College of Music, Chicago where she teaches curriculum design and elementary methods graduate and undergraduate courses. Her continuing teaching education courses, on campus and online, include Culturally Responsive Music Education, Technology, Arts Integration, Curriculum Development, Responsive Classroom, and Redesigning Teaching and Learning for 21st Century.

She is a frequent clinician at various state, national, and international conferences. She has been published in the Orff Echo, Reverberations, Illinois Music Educators Journal, General Music Today, and the Journal of the Council for Research in Music Education. Her publications with Hal Leonard include InterAct with Music Assessment Levels 1 and 2, InterAct Levels 1&2 Student Activities for Devices and Print, Technology in Today’s Music Classroom and Dancing Around the World with Music Express Magazine.


  • MU 652 Philosophical Foundations and Current Perspectives in Music Education

Gabriela Montoya-Stier received her Bachelor’s in Music Education from the University of New Mexico and her Master’s in Music Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, where she completed her Kodály certification. She completed her Orff certification at Trinity University. She is the author of El Patio De Mi Casa Book and CD which is published by GIA. Gabriela has been on the faculty for the Kodály Certification Program at Hays CISD in Kyle since 2008 and has been teaching elementary music in Northside ISD in San Antonio, Texas since 2000.

About The Kodály Approach

The Kodály philosophy of music education centers around folk song as the root of a child’s musical experience and the central pathway to musical learning, and also incorporates movement and socialization activities such as dance to engage students with their peers. The values of the Kodály approach include:

  • Every child has a right to musical literacy
  • Singing is the basic act of music-making and is supported by movement, listening, dance, and instrumental performance
  • The folk music of a nation is a primary source of musical repertoire
  • Musical instruction must be systematic, developmentally appropriate, creative, and organized in an explicit sequence from experience to concept, and concept to practical application

Additional Information

To be considered for admission into the Master of Music in Music Education Program at Lakeland University, an applicant must submit:

  • Completed Application for admission form and $50 non – refundable fee at:
  • All official transcripts from accredited institutions of higher education indicating completion of a baccalaureate degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 on a 4.00-point scale (undergrad & graduate). Students with a GPA of a 2.5-2.74 should contact advisor to discuss available options. Official transcripts from any accredited college transferring courses into your bachelor's degree will also be needed.
  • Two letters of recommendation indicating the applicant’s potential for success in the graduate program. Master of Music in Music Education applicants must use the program-specific form.
  • Current resume
  • Personal statement
  • An entrance interview (advisor will contact you to set this up)

Submit all materials to:

Lakeland University – Sheboygan Center
Jane Bouche
W3718 South Drive, Plymouth WI, 53073

For new students, the program director will contact you following completion of your application process to assist with registration.

Returning students may login to to register for classes. Please contact Evan Chancellor ( for advising assistance and help with registration.

Registration for classes beginning in Summer 2024 will open February 12, 2024.

Benchmark Requirements:

Students will need to complete the following Benchmark Requirements before they are permitted to register for 9 or more program credits (Students will typically complete these requirements before their second summer in the program):

  1. Music History/Theory Requirement: Students will complete Music History and Music Theory examinations during their first summer of study. To fulfill this requirement, students must either pass Music History and Music Theory examinations OR by taking the Music History and/or Music Theory Review course(s) before graduation. NOTE: Credits earned in the Music History and/or Music Theory review course(s) will not count toward degree program, but rather will serve to satisfy this benchmark requirement.
  2. Performance Exam: to be completed on campus within the first year of attendance. You will complete your performance exam on your major performing instrument/voice before Lakeland University Graduate Music faculty. The performance exam will evaluate basic musicianship and technique on your major performing instrument/voice. Each exam will consist of:
    1. Vocal Audition – one art song/aria in English and one art song/aria in a foreign language
    2. Piano Audition – two selections from contrasting musical periods and styles
    3. Instrumental Audition – two selections of contrasting musical periods and styles
  3. Teaching Demonstration: Submission of video demonstrating a typical class session. Videos are typically 15-20 minutes in length and may be submitted as a link to a recording.
  4. Conducting Demonstration: Provide a link to a recording of you conducting within a performance, classroom or rehearsal setting. Your conducting demonstration may be submitted as a link to a recording. If you do not have access to an ensemble, arrangements can be made for you to complete this requirement on campus within the first year of your attendance. The conducing demonstration should include two chorales, one in ¾ and one in 4/4, or equivalent literature. Music may be performed by a choir or an instrumental ensemble. You will be evaluated based upon the following criteria:
    1. Clear preparatory beats
    2. Clear beat patterns
    3. Fermatas properly execute
    4. Concise cut-offs

Recorded submissions for the performance exam, teaching demonstration, and conducting demonstration may be e-mailed to the program director, Evan Chancellor (

Please see the current Academic Catalog for a complete listing of course descriptions.

Tuition for all program courses is $687 per credit. A fee of $40 is applied for MU 601 Choral Ensemble to cover the cost of music and supplies.

Scholarships are available for students within the Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis program and the OAKE Endorsed Kodály Certificate program.

The Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis degree program is financial aid eligible.

Kodaly Summer Graduate Music Scholarships

Lakeland University awards a limited number of scholarships each year for students who have been accepted to either the Kodaly Certificate program or the Master of Music in Music Education: Kodaly Emphasis program. Scholarships are applied each summer a student registers for no less than six graduate credits that are applicable to program completion. Students who receive a scholarship will not need to reapply each summer, provided that they continue to meet the eligibility requirements listed below. (NOTE: Scholarships are not applied during the fall or spring terms. Students who have less than six credits remaining in the program during their final summer of study will not receive a prorated scholarship.)

Scholarship Eligibility

To be and remain eligible a for an award, an accepted student must enroll in no less than six graduate credits that are applicable to program completion in the summer, have earned at least a 3.0 from their undergraduate institution, and maintain a record of academic excellence at Lakeland University with a GPA of no lower than a 3.0. Awards will renew automatically each summer so long as the eligibility requirements listed above continue to be met.

Scholarship Application Process

To apply for a degree, please complete the following steps:

  1. Application: Submit your application online by May 1, 2024.
  2. Recommendation: One recommendation form is required to complete your application. You may submit the e-mail address of your recommender by completing this recommendation form request . A copy of the recommendation form will then be sent to your recommender. Please have your recommender fill out an online recommendation form no later than May 1, 2024.
Course Credits
  • MU 610 - Kodály Methods I [2]
  • MU 611- Solfege I [2]
  • MU 612 - Folk Song History and Research I [2]
  • MU 613 - Choral Conducting Techniques [1]
  • MU 620- Kodály Methods II [2]
  • MU 621 - Solfege II [2]
  • MU 623 - Folk Song History and Research II [1]
  • MU 690 - Research in Music Education [3]
  • MU 630 - Kodály Methods III [2]
  • MU 631- Solfege III [2]
  • MU 632 - Choral Literature and Advanced Conducting [2]
  • MU 640 Vocal Pedagogy for Music Educators [1]
  • MU 680 Special Topics [5]
  • MU 652 Philosophical Foundations and Current Perspectives in Music Education [3]
  • MU 791 Capstone Project/Thesis (1 semester hours) [1]
  • MU 601 - Choral Ensemble (0-1 semester hours) [3]

Total: 34 credits

*credits vary for special topics courses 

TimeSummer ICreditsSummer IICreditsSummer IIICredits
8 - 10 a.m.Kodály Methods I*2Kodály Methods II*2Choral Literature and Advanced Conducting II*2
10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.Solfege I*2Solfege II*2Solfege III*2
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.Lunch-Lunch-Lunch-
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.Choir*1Choir*1Choir*1
2:30 - 4:30 p.m.Folk Song History and Research I*2Research in Music Education****[3]Kodály Methods III*2
4:30 - 5:15 p.m.Dinner-Dinner-Dinner-
5:15 - 6:30 p.m.Choral Conducting Techniques I*1Folk Song History and Research II*1Vocal Pedagogy for Music Educators* / Capstone**1
Pick summerPhilosophical Foundations and Current Perspectives in Music Education**3Philosophical Foundations and Current Perspectives i Music Education**3Philosophical Foundations and Current Perspectives i Music Education**3
Special topicsSee Orff Schulwerk and/or Workshop page for details***1-5See Orff Schulwerk and/or Workshop page for details***1-5See Orff Schulwerk and/or Workshop page for details***1-5


* Offered during on-campus residency, limited assignments may extend beyond two-week course meeting times

** Online course offered in 7-week term prior to on-campus residency program

*** Special Topics courses that vary; see Orff Schulwerk Certification program page and Workshop page for details

**** Online course that takes place during final 7-weeks of summer term, overlaps with on-campus residency, meeting times may be scheduled with cohort over lunch or other program break times.

About Lakeland University

Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Lakeland University is a historic institution of innovation. Music has always been a part of its history.

“We are truly honored to receive this special program and we look forward to taking it to new heights,” said Lakeland President Beth Borgen. “Music is an important part of Lakeland’s long history, from the summer music camp we’ve hosted for more than 60 years to the legacies of influential music faculty members like Henry Ellerbusch, Edgar Thiessen, Lew Schmidt and Janet Herrick.”

Lakeland University is a liberal arts institution related to the United Church of Christ. Lakeland University’s main campus is located in scenic Sheboygan, WI. Lakeland offers evening and online courses through centers in Milwaukee, Madison, Wisconsin Rapids, Fox Cities and Green Bay. Lakeland also has an international campus located in Tokyo, Japan.

The Kodály Summer Graduate Music program will take place on the main campus in Sheboygan. Program participants will enjoy the picturesque campus including the newly renovated Younger Family Campus Center which houses the Main Dining Hall, Muskie Mart, Daily Grind coffee shop, and The Pub restaurant.

Your Stay on Campus

Lakeland University is a liberal arts institution whose main campus is located in the summer vacation destination of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Lakeland’s main campus is located near the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, the quaint village of Elkhart Lake, and the Bratwurst Capital of the World, Sheboygan boasts world-class lodging and spas, charter fishing, a top motorsports race track, miles of bike trails, and so much more.

Students in the program will enjoy Lakeland’s peaceful and idyllic main campus which features beautiful landscaping and walking trails along with numerous quiet areas to study and gather with fellow students to study and socialize. Students will enjoy the newly renovated Younger Family Campus Center which houses the Main Dining Hall, Muskie Mart, Daily Grind coffee shop, and The Pub restaurant.

Students will be housed in Muehlmeier Hall which is conveniently located near Verhulst Center (where many music classes will take place) and the Younger Family Campus Center (where classes and meals will be served.) Muehlmeier Hall provides resident support functions including front desk area, vending, popular lounge spaces, kitchenettes, study rooms, gender-neutral bathrooms, laundry facilities, recycling centers, bottle-filling station and more. Each building has a basement to provide resident storage space.

Required textbooks will be available for purchase through the Lakeland University Bookstore. You will be able to view required textbooks at the Lakeland University Bookstore’s website in the spring of 2023 when registration opens.

A course fee of $40 will be applied to those registering for Choral Ensemble for 0 or 1 credit. This fee covers the purchase of your choral music. You will receive your packet of music at the start of the program.

For questions about course textbooks, please contact Dr. Franklin Gallo at

immersive experience

Program Events

Students will enjoy an immersive experience with plenty of time in the classroom and engaging in learning activities outside of class each day. While the program is intense, there are plenty of opportunities to socialize and develop professional relationships with your colleagues. Social opportunities such as the annual Creampuff Cookout and celebratory Champagne Reception following the annual Choral Concert are examples of planned social activities to develop relationships and celebrate as a community.

Frequently Asked Questions

For admissions and financial aid questions, please contact Jane Bouche at or 920-565-1022 ext. 2143.

For course-related questions, please contact the program director, Evan Chancellor at or 920-565-1000 ext. 2304.

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Absolutely! The Kodály Concept of music education is beneficial and directly applicable for teachers in instrumental classrooms. While many program participants teach in general and choral classrooms, each year a good number of teachers who teach in instrumental settings participate in the program in pursuit of their Master of Music and/or their OAKE endorsed Kodály Certificate. This number has increased in recent years, as more instrumental teachers are drawn to the core tenents of the Kodály method to music education. One recent student created a curriculum for 5th grade band based entirely upon the Kodály Concept. She has presented her work at numerous state and national conferences.

Ethan Zick, a WI based educator and recent program graduate, said this: What surprised me about this program was its relevance to my teaching in instrumental music. Whether in band or orchestra, understanding the Kodály method through this program allows the instructor to fully understand the value of familiar, approachable folk music in educational repertoire. The instructor is also able to help students better understand the functionality of pitches and melody as opposed to arbitrarily matching notes to fingerings, which I find especially important for beginning students. This program overall has given me a deeper understanding of how instrumental students can understand their music at a more meaningful level.

Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály emphasis students and Kodály Certificate students need to submit official transcripts from their undergraduate degree conferring institution. Official transcripts for any graduate credits earned must also be submitted if you would like the credits considered for transfer. Transcripts should be sent directly to Lakeland University – Admissions. For questions, please contact Jane Bouch at

Yes! Meal plans are available.

Scholarships are available for students in the Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis and the Kodály Certificate programs. Please see the scholarship tabs above for information on how to apply, or contact Jane Bouche at for assistance. Scholarship applications are due by May 1, 2024.

Financial aid is only available to students in the Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis program. A Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed by May 1. For information about financial aid, please contact

The in-person residency program for the Master of Music in Music Education – Kodály Emphasis program and OAKE-Endorsed Kodály Certificate program will be June 24-July 5, 2024.

Lakeland's Orff Schulwerk Certification program will take place July 8 – 19.

Please see the Special Topics/Workshop courses page for a complete listing of Special Topics offerings, including Feierabend Association for Music Education (FAME) course offerings.

Can I apply credits from the Orff Schulwerk certification program or Special Topics/Workshop courses, including Feierabend Associate for Music Education courses, to the Master of Music degree?

Yes! You may apply up to 5 credits of coursework from any of Lakeland’s offerings within the Orff Schulwerk or Special Topics/Workshop courses. NOTE: Courses must be taken for credit to be applied to the MM program.

Tuition for all program courses is $687 per credit. A fee of $40 is applied for MU 601 Choral Ensemble to cover the cost of music and supplies. This fee applies if the course is taken for credit or as a 0-credit course.

I am a current student – the courses listed above look different than what was required when I started. How do changes to the program format impact me?

Current students will have the option to update their catalog year to complete the program with the updated requirements, or they may choose to complete the program as outlined when they first enrolled. Please contact the program director, Evan Chancellor ( to make the best choice for you.

It may be possible to transfer some of your graduate credits. The Program Director and the Office of the Registrar will review your transcripts and other relevant course materials, such as syllabi, for possible transfer. Credits must be evaluated for transfer prior to the start of the program. For questions, please contact program director Evan Chancellor at or 920-565-1000 ext. 2304.

There is no required dress code for the program, however students are encouraged to dress comfortably as movement will be integrated in a number of classes. It is helpful to note that as a member of the choral ensemble, you will participate in a choral concert on the last Thursday of the program. You are encouraged to bring something semi-formal that you would feel comfortable wearing on stage for a performance.

For the best experience, students are encouraged to consider signing up for a meal plan. Meal plans include breakfast, lunch, and dinner M-F each day of the program. 

Students are asked to bring a tuning fork.

History of the Program

The Kodály Summer Graduate Music program moved to Lakeland University from Holy Family College (formerly Silver Lake College of the Holy Family) where it was begun by Sister Lorna Zemke. Sister Lorna began her career working alongside Katinka Daniel on a Kodály pilot program in Santa Barbara, CA. She went on to become an initial founder of the Organization of American Kodály Educators, Midwest Kodály Music Educators of America, and Association of Wisconsin Area Kodály Educators. Sister Lorna directed the Kodály Summer Graduate Music program at Holy Family College for more than 40 years. Check out the links below to learn more.

While still housed at Holy Family College in 2014, the Kodály Certification program came under the direction of Dr. John Feierabend. Dr. Feierabend taught in the program for more than 40 years and retired from the program in 2022. Lakeland continues to offer affiliated with the Feierabend Association for Music Education as a part of its Special Topics/Workshop course offerings.

The program’s legacy of bringing leading faculty from around the globe each summer continues to this day. By enrolling in this program, students build on a rich legacy that can trace its roots back to Sister Lorna, Katinka Daniel, and even Zoltan Kodály. Be a part of history.

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The Kodály Summer Graduate Music program is a premiere experience for our students.

It is designed for elementary, secondary, and independent music teachers who are seeking to grow their pedagogical, personal musicianship, and research skills. The program faculty are leaders in the field of music education and provide an experience that is joyful, supportive, and immensely meaningful.

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Lakeland University is proud to launch the Graduate Music Webinar Series. This series will explore a wide variety of topics related to Kodály pedagogy. Click the link below and fill out the form to see upcoming webinars and to receive access to the previously recorded events. 

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