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Classical instruments / vocals

The specialisation aims to develop your instrumental, vocal and artistic profile for future professional roles (ensemble musician and soloist) and assignments in various musical fields. The focus is on your musical profile, but you will also participate in study activities that are shared with other music students within the program. You can also supplement your education profile through the optional space in the education. The training includes three main perspectives:

  1. Musical profile (instrument/singing, ensemble, stage design)
  2. The musical craft (music theory, arrangement/composition, pitch perception, practical piano, form analysis, ensemble management, recording technique, presentation technique)
  3. Artistic knowledge (artistic knowledge, music history)

To prepare yourself for the conditions of the labour market, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with students from the specialisation composition and the school's audio technology programme as well as take part in newly written music, train yourself to deal with different media, work with sound recordings, develop and design concerts and participate in external activities with music productions for different target groups.

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Contact person for the specialisation Classical Instrument/Song

Petter Sundkvist

Sundkvist, Petter - Professor

Organisation: Musical Performance, Music, Media and Theatre, Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
Phone: +46 (0)911 72602

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* In Piteå you study as a brass instrumentalist both jazz and classical. You participate in ensemble plays in all genres and you acquire a broad and transcendent expertise to work as a brass musician in everything from jazz studio, show, musical, big band, wind band to various classical ensembles. Our brass teachers have a solid instrumental background and, according to individual needs, we employ guest teachers in the courses.