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Symphony Orchestra Instrument

Classical Performance programmes (subtitles available in English under settings)

The Bachelor's programme in Symphony Orchestra Instrument gives you the knowledge and skills required to work as a soloist in an orchestra or ensembles.

Focus is placed on developing you into a musician with high artistic and professional ability. To achieve the best personal and professional development, the lessons are often individual, but also consist of group lessons, such as master classes and joint lessons. You will also work in an orchestra and with chamber music. 

Malmö Academy of Music's Symphony Orchestra undertakes around six projects per academic year under the direction of nationally and internationally established guest conductors. The repertoire consists of Classical, Romantic, and contemporary music. The soloists are our own students who are selected through auditions.

The orchestra plays about 12-15 concerts per year and each project consists of one concert at Malmö Academy of Music and one at another venue, such as Malmö Live, Växjö Konserthus, Helsingborgs Konserthus, to name a few. Malmö Academy of Music's Symphony Orchestra also tour abroad, normally once a year.

Anders Ljungar-Chapelon Flute
Jennie Nordstrand Flute
Théophile Hartz Oboe
Svante Wik Clarinet
Anders Åberg Clarinet
Carl-Johan Stjernström Bass Clarinet
Annika Fredriksson Bassoon 

Gustav Carlsson Horn
Ursula Paludan Monberg, Natural Horn
Håkan Hardenberger Trumpet
Gustav Melander Trumpet
Pierre Torwald, natural Trumpet
Eric Lindblom Trombone
Kristoffer Bröte Tuba

Erik Heide violin
Marika Fältskog Violin
Jörgen Svensson Violin
Wieslawa Szymczynska Violin
Henrik Frendin Viola
Markus Falkbring Viola
Mats Lidström, Cello
Samuli Örnströmer Cello 
Olle Davidson Double Bass
Mattias Hanskov Palm Double Bass

Lennart Gruvstedt Percussion
Nicklas Holmberg Timpani
Johan Bridger Marimba
Peter Fältskog Drum Kit
Patrick Raab, Percussion

Marie Åström Harp

Interpretation Studies
Tomas Johnsson
Beniko Almgren
Max Lörstad
Olle Sjöberg
Jan Karlsson Korp


General requirements for university studies in Sweden as well as successful entrance tests to the Bachelor’s Programme in Music.


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