Performing, creating and understanding
Key words for music teacher Henrik Bengtsson, alumni at Ingesund School of Music.
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Music Teacher Programme (300 hp)
Taking our excellent Music Teacher Programme you will develop your pedagogical and musical skills simultaneously.
Music Production Programme (180 hp)
In a unique study environment you have the opportunity to develop into a competitive music producer and songwriter.
Bachelor Programme in Music (180 ECTS credits)
The Bachelor Programme in Music is designed for students who want to become technically accomplished, versatile and creative musicians.
Master programme in Music (120 ECTS Credits)
Develop as a musician, gain deeper artistic knowledge and specialise your craft and your profile.
Our teachers are passionate about your success
We have many famous teachers at Ingesund on an international level. Let us introduce you to our teaching staff!
Well-known musician guest lectures on ergonomics
The musician Judith Kleinman will come to the Ingesund Academy of Music at the end of March to teach ergonomics for musicians. Her teaching is based on the Alexander Technique and the visit takes place within the framework of a teacher exchange within Erasmus.
Judith Kleinman is a musician who studied at the Guildhall School of Music. She has had jobs with English National Opera and a freelance career in London and Europe including working with The London Symphony Orchestra och City of London Sinfonia. Judith is one of the Alexander teaching team at The Royal College of Music and the Junior Royal Academy where she has taught for the last 30 years.
Performing, creating and understanding - key words for a music teacher
Many of the music teachers who are active today studied at Ingesund School of Music. One of these teachers is Henrik Bengtsson, who graduated in 2016. Today, he teaches music in a primary and lower-secondary school in Trollhättan. In addition, he also works as a freelance musician, on his own as well as together with his wife, who also studied at Ingesund.
To be able to apply a broad approach as a music teacher is important to Henrik. Teaching includes both theory and practice and Henrik likes to integrate the two.
Our master's programme takes you to the highest level
This autumn, it's time – we start our new Master Programme in Music. Here, in close collaboration with our three professors in voice, piano and string instruments, you get the opportunity to develop as a musician and deepen your artistic skills, your craft and your id.
You, who aim high in your career and already have a bachelor's degree in music from us or another music school have the opportunity to apply for our master’s program. It prepares you and gives you, after graduation, great opportunities for an international career as well as the opportunity to apply for doctoral education in the subject of musical design.
Ingesund School of Music can now award a Degree of Master
In 2016, Karlstad University was given the right to issue a Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts at Ingesund School of Music. The experiences gained from that application process were then utilised in a new application for a Degree of Master of Fine Arts, which was submitted to the Swedish Higher Education Authority, UKÄ. The application has now been approved and Ingesund School of Music can issue a master’s degree. The master’s programme is estimated to start in the autumn of 2023.
Three cohorts of students has graduated from the bachelor’s programme in music, focused on western art music. Highly qualified teachers, courses that provide both broad and in-depth knowledge in music and a high student completion rate have resulted in a successful and well-functioning degree programme. The programme is aimed at student students seeking a solid foundation to be able to work as a professional musician in various artistic contexts, after graduation. Students also gain the qualifications to continue their artistic studies at master’s level.
Experience our premises on Google!
Last autumn we had a visit from this little fellow at Ingesund. It's not a Martian, but a camera that takes pictures in 360-degree format for Google. So now you can take a tour of our fine premises. Did you know that we have a total of 50 practice rooms, two concert halls, our own bistro and a library? Warm welcome!