Kongliga Teknologkoren (KTK) is a mixed choir started in 1930 with around 50 members and we are currently seeking singers of all voices! We rehearse Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at KTH’s central campus. The rehearsals are in English with the occasional Swedish here and there.
In the spring of 2020 we'll celebrate our 90 years of existence with a large jubilee concert in Berwaldhallen! So if you join now you will be able to participate in this rather big project...
You can find more information about the auditions on "Sing with us". The auditions are set for the 22nd and 26th of January.
We hope to see you there and we hope that you join our soon to be 90 year old community!
As the December coldth approaches, Kongl. Teknologkören will be hosting christmas concerts in Adolf Fredriks Church, one at 3PM and one at 5PM on the 7th of December. We'll be spreading light and warmth with a Lucia procession and traditional, as well as some more modern, Christmas songs.
Tickets are available on billetto.se and at the entrance
Standard ticket: 150:-
Student/18 or younger: 80:-
Welcome to a concert with Kongl. Teknologkören under the direction of Rikard Lindberg Karlsson. The concert consists of ten different pieces by various composers from different parts of the world. We'll sing classical Swedish choir music by David Wikander and Andreas Hallén, as well as more modern music by Edward Elgar and Francis Poulenc. Join us in welcoming 18 new choir members as we sing about the joy of music!
Tickets can be purchased now at billetto.se, or at Norrmalmskyrkan from 3:30 PM on the day of the concert.
Kongl. Teknologkören (KTK) is a mixed choir with approximatly 45 members. Many of us study at KTH but you don't need to be a student to sing in the choir.
We rehearse on Wednesdays at 18:30-21:30 on KTH Campus Valhallavägen, conducted by Rikard Lindberg Karlsson (though we will change day of rehearsal to Thursdays for the spring term 2020, the same time of day). Every term we do two bigger concerts, as well as some smaller gigs.
Except for the musical experiences, singers in Teknologkören form a cozy fellowship. After every rehearsal we have Efterkör, "After choir", when we have a light party, sing songs from our repertoir, and listen to music. Beyond the regular rehearsals, we go on rehearsal weekends, longer trips, and different parties. Nothing except for the rehearsals are obligatory of course.
Hopefully you're now conviced to audition for one of Stockholm's most fun choirs!