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Application 2021–22

Eleven positions are open for application 2021-22: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn, timpani/percussion, violin (two positions), viola, cello and double bass. The deadline for application is January 15 2021.


For more information about the course and for a link to the electronic application at, please visit (opens in new window)

Entry requirements

The recording should be in good quality video format and the concerto can be recorded with our without pianist. The file should be uploaded as a Youtube video with the links submitted to this webform (opens in a new window) Applicants are advised to record the solo concert in one take, and all orchestra excerpts in another.

Please remember to either make the link public or provide us with the necessary password. Deadline for submitting the recordings is February 1 2021.

The recordings constitutes the first of two admission tests. Applicants with approved work samples will be invited to an audition which constitutes the second admission test. Applicants who pass the audition will be ranked based on instrument.

Basic knowledge of English is recommended.

Please be advised that approved documentation of the formal academic requirements (Bachelor of Arts in music or equivalent) is also required. See link below. Deadline for admitting formal documentation is February 1, 2021.

Other requirements

Bachelor of Arts in music or equivalent. Please see this page (opens in a new window) for how you prove your merits from non-Swedish universities.

Application fees

Students with citizenship in countries not within the EU/EEA, or Switzerland, are required to pay application and tuition fees for university studies in Sweden. Deadline for paying application fees or proving your citizenship is February 1, 2021. For more information, please see this page (opens in a new window)


Auditions will take place at Konserthuset Stockholm March or early April.

Questions and further information

School of Music in Piteå at Luleå University of Technology
Annie Svensson
Education Administrator, Luleå University of Technology

Petter Sundkvist, examiner, Professor orchestral conducting

RSPO/Konserthuset Stockholm
Hermann Stefánsson, Artistic Coordinator
Jonatan Samuelsson, Production Manager RSPO Orchestra Academy
+46 8 786 02 15