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Lund has lots of choirs and spex to join, but there are also a lot to do for you who are interested in playing music or dance. Read more about the musical possibilities AF can offer you here.
Recognized student associations
If you love brass music, dance and spex, Alte Kamereren and Kamrérbaletten are the right places for you. When we aren’t spotted in our red and black medal-clad uniform at gigs, festivals and our annual tour to Germany, we’re found at our venue the Lair, where we rehearse and hang out.
Bella Voce, the Lund Student Singers is a four-part women’s choir with high musical level, whose members are studying or have studied at Lund University. The choir was founded in 2000 and provides one larger concert per semester. In between we sing at company events, balls and other events.
Whilst dancing, walking, sitting, standing, lying and even swimming this student orchestera plays all kind of music in any context. Bleckhornen was founded in 1956 and since then they have had Skåne and the world as their audience.
Förenade Nationsmanskören is a men’s choir for anyone who wants to sing bass or tenor. Since 2001, they offer to both accustomed shower singers as well as bawling beer lovers a musical getaway of the bustling university town. Do your Thursdays tend to be quiet and boring? Don’t hesitate and come and experience the thundering choir instead!
(Lund’s Student Choir)
You may best recognize them from a magnolia blooming Lundagård when they welcome the spring on May 1st. The choir is considered to have started on November 20th, 1831 and is thus Sweden’s second-oldest active male choir. The choir consists of 50-60 students and some former students from almost all faculties at the university.
Lundakarnevalen is held every four years and is organized by around 5000 of Lund’s students that turn Lundagård into a large carnival area. Every carnival has a theme and last year’s theme was Future-carnival. The next Lundakarneval will be held in May 2018!