Patrik Andersson is the Director of Music at Lund University and Head of Department for its music centre, Odeum, as well as the Conductor and Artistic Director of the Lund University Academic Orchestra. Patrik has written several textbooks on conducting orchestras: "Orkesterdirigering. Partituranalys, gestik och ledarskap", Studentlitteratur 2013, ("Orchestral conducting. Score analysis, gestics and leadership") and "Orkesterledning. Ledarskap, gruppsykologi och orkesterkultur i arbetet med orkestern", Odeum/Lund University 2015, ("Orchestral leadership. Leadership, group psychology and orchestral culture in work with an orchestra").
Patrik Andersson has studied musicology at Lund University and has a degree in composition and vocal coaching. He has also studied orchestral conducting at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen. His tutors in conducting have included Michel Tabachnik, Pierre Boulez and Herbert Blomstedt.
Contact: patrik [dot] andersson [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
Tobias Lund is producer for lectures and panel discussions at Odeum.
Tobias has a PhD in musicology (2009). His research explores how the aesthetic qualities of music can function as a latent or actual force in historical contexts shaped by social, political, religious and philosophical patterns and conflicts. This charge often arises from the connections of music with other art forms as well as with sound environments of various kinds.
Tobias is currently finishing a large monograph on Hugo Alfvén with preliminary publication in late autumn 2021. Tobias teaches musicology at Lund University. Since 2005 he has written music and opera reviews for the daily newspaper Sydsvenskan and since 2011 opera commentaries for the Stockholm Concert Hall. In 2010-20 he was editor of the Swedish journal of music research (STM–SJM). Tobias is a member of the Board of the Swedish Society for Music Research and was a member of the Research Committee of the Royal Academy of Music from 2012-17.
Contact: +46 (0)46-121027, +46 (0)768-452027, tobias [dot] lund [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
Since 2007, Choral Director Cecilia Martin-Löf has been Conductor and Artistic Director of Lund Academic Choir and Palaestra Vocal Ensemble, which are both part of Odeum. Cecilia teaches choral conducting at the Malmö Academy of Music.
In 2006, she earned her diploma in choral conducting at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in Stockholm where she studied with Professor Anders Eby. She also has a degree in teaching of vocal and choral studies and has studied piano and orchestral conducting.
Cecilia strives in her work to unite her great love of literature, in particular poetry, with choral singing’s rich tones and technical precision at the highest level. Cecilia also has a great love of Swedish folk music, which has led to her studying folk songs at Malung Folk High School. In addition to music, Cecilia has also studied Latin, Italian and linguistics at Stockholm University.
Cecilia has led a large number of choirs, including the choir at Uppsala Cathedral, the Norrland students’ choir and KFUM’s chamber choir in Stockholm. From 2002 to 2007, Cecilia was Choral Director of the Gävle Symphony Choir, and from 2011 to 2012, she was Principal Conductor of the Danish National Girls’ Choir.
In addition, she has had freelance assignments including work for independent ensembles in Sweden, Denmark, Italy and Germany. Cecilia also has a clear talent for teaching and holds master classes and continuing professional development courses for conductors in Sweden and Europe.
Contact: +46 (0)70-227 91 67, cecilia [dot] martin-lof [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
Sylvia Lysko is responsible for communication, including the distribution of content on the web, social media and other marketing materials.
She has broad expertise in project management and the implementation of cultural projects with international experience at various cultural institutions, mainly in Germany and Poland.
At the Lund University, she worked most recently on the climate exhibition "Carbon Ruins" and is at the same time project coordinator at the Inter Arts Center (IAC), a platform for artistic research and experimentation at the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts. Sylvia graduated in Art History and Romance studies at the University of Cologne, Germany.
Contact: +46 (0)46-222 7242, +46 (0)721-454 084, sylvia [dot] lysko [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
David Riebe is Stage Manager at Odeum and responsible for premises and equipment as well as contact person for borrowing instruments and sheet music.
David is also Artistic Director and Producer of Lund Contemporary, a festival of contemporary art music that Odeum arranges in collaboration with several local, regional and national ensembles and institutions.
David is a Lund-based composer and musicologist who studied the Master’s programme in composition at the Malmö Academy of Music under Luca Francesconi and Rolf Martinsson and, at the Lyon Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse under Michele Tadini and Philippe Hurel. He won Second Prize in the Uppsala Composition Competition in 2014 and Third Prize in the Andrey Petrov Composition Competition in St Petersburg in 2016. He has also won a STIM scholarship, two grants from the Swedish Art Grants Commettee, and a cultural scholarship from the City of Lund for his compositions. His music has been performed both in Sweden and around the world.
Previously, in addition to his activities as a composer, David has been Orchestra and Event Assistant at Odeum and also played in the Lund University Academic Orchestra for a number of years.
Contact: +46 (0)725-717619, david [dot] riebe [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se (d)avid [dot] riebe [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
Mattias Svensson is assistant and contact person for administrating music practice sessions for the University’s students. He is also responsible for provision of rehearsal premises for Odeum’s own ensembles as well as visiting ensembles.
Contact: mattias [dot] svensson [at] odeum [dot] lu [dot] se
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