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Luleå University of Technology in Piteå

Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts

Phone
+46 (0)911-726 00
Visiting address
Kunskapsallén 12
Postal address
Box 744, 941 63 Piteå
Goods address
Kunskapsallén 12, 941 63 Piteå
 

RAFAEL ADOBAS BAYOG
Music student winner of international flute competition

On 27 March 2022 Rafael Adobas Bayog was awarded with the 1st prize in the Kobe International Flute Competition. Rafael Adobas Bayog is a flutist in the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and a student from the International Orchestra Academy at Piteå School of Music, Luleå University of Technology.

En svensk jul
Students' work is premiered to a audience of millions of audiences

Erik Karsendal is studying composition at the School of Music in Piteå at Luleå University of Technology. His piece "Snön" ("The Snow") will be premiered during a concert from Studio Acusticum in Piteå which is broadcasted to millions of listeners through the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).

Studio musician becomes this year's Allan Edwall Fellow

Bassist Klas Höglund has been awarded the 2021 Allan Edwall scholarship. He is currently studying to be a studio musician at the Academy of Music in Piteå at Luleå University of Technology.

Niklas Sivelöv
Niklas Sivelöv new guest professor of piano

The internationally renowned concert pianist Niklas Sivelöv takes up a guest professorship in classical piano at the Academy of Music in Piteå, at Luleå University of Technology.

Erik Westbergs vokalensemble
Large cultural grant to Erik Westberg's Vocal Ensemble

The Swedish Arts Council has granted The Erik Westberg Vocal Ensemble a grant of SEK 150,000 during the financial year 2022. - A very important addition! says the choir's conductor Erik Westberg

She comps the breakthrough of female suffrage

This year it was exactly one hundred years ago that women were allowed to vote for the first time in Sweden. Norrbottensteatern draws attention to this with a revue by Emma Molin and Emma Peters from the humor group Grotesco. In the ensemble plays Anna Wedin, who is on leave from her job as a teacher in ensemble, bass and singing at the Academy of Music in Piteå.