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Our partners 2019-2020 (in alphabetic order)

  • Audiorama
  • GotlandsMusiken
  • The Royal College of Music Chamberchoir
  • Musikkonservatoriet Falun
  • Norrbotten NEO
  • Uppsala Kammarsolister
  • Vadstena Sång- och Pianoakademi
  • Visby International Centre for Composers

Festivals

  • FRST, January 2020
  • Ljudvågor, May 2020

 

The Royal College of Music Chamberchoir rehearsing during Ljudvågor 2018

Sven-David Sandström

One of Sweden's most distinguished composers Sven-David Sandström has passed away.

From the start of the Gotland School of Music Composition in 1995 Sven-David was teaching and he was deeply involved in the deveolpment and the success of our school. In 1999 he moved to teach at the Indiana University Bloomington, US. For a number of years he remained our primary guest professor. We remember how it sparkled of inspiration in the eyes of our students as they met him.

Sven-David Sandström 2005

Ljudvågor Festival May 15-19 2019

During the Ljudvågor 2019 festival:

  • GotlandsMusiken, conductor Rei Munakata
  • Uppsala Kammarsolister
  • Norrbotten NEO
  • The Royal College of Music Chamberchoir, conductor Fredrik Malmberg
  • Vadstena Sång- och Pianoakademi
  • And so on…
  • There will be concerts with Elektro Acoustic Music
  • The project of the Free-Art students Stina Tordby and Assar Tallinger

Welcome to Visby and this years Ljudvågor!

 

Ljudvågor 2018

Ramon Anthin received a medal for his contributions to musical life

The Royal Swedish Academy of Music awarded Ramon Anthin their medal for having co-founded The Gotland School of Music Composition, and founded the Visby International Centre for Composers. 

On the picture: Ramon Anthin, Her Highness, Princess Christina, Mrs. Magnusson, and the preses of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, Susanne Rydén.

 

Ramon Anthin receives the Medaljen för Tonkonstens Främjande