Campus Flemingsbergs Chamber Choir

Are you a choir singer with good music reading skills and who can carry off acappella? Do you want to sing a more challenging repertoire in more artistic contexts?

The Campus Flemingsberg Chamber Choir, (CFCC), is a collaboration between Folkuniversitetet and University College of Music Education in Stockholm (SMI), and is aimed at those studying or working on Campus Flemingsberg.

About CFCC
CFCC is a mixed choir consisting of experienced singers drawn from campus Flemingsberg’s various activities. Its repertoire is mainly 20th and 21st century Swedish choral music, as well as more well-known foreign music. The choir also sings recently composed works and arrangements, including mainly acappella but also instrumentals and ensembles. The vision of CFCC is to create a choir of high artistic ambition for performances at campus celebrations and special events, as well as externally and on tour.

Applications, admissions and selection
Auditions for the spring term 2022 will be held on 16 March, 17 March and 23 March between 4:30pm and 7pm. We welcome new members! Book your audition using the link at the bottom of this page or by sending an email to

Course leader Ian Plaude
Ian Plaude is artistic director of Campus Flemingsberg Chamber Choir and principal of University College of Music Education in Stockholm. Ian has extensive experience of choral singing and of leading and conducting choirs.

Ian was the founding conductor of the Plica Vocalis chamber choir in 1993 and a member of Gustaf Sjökvist’s chamber choir, (GSKK), between 1994 and 2007 and has assisted as a rehearser and conductor in GSKK and Storkyrkan Choir since 1997. These various assignments have led to extensive repertoire studies and rehearsals for record productions as well as concerts in Sweden, the rest of Europe, Asia and the US. On these projects, Ian has had the privilege of working with musicians such as Ann-Sofie von Otter, Barbara Hendricks, Emmanuelle Haïm, Joakim Svenheden, Kroumata, Magnus Lindgren, The Real Group and many more.

He has also worked with composers such as Sven-David Sandström, Kjell Perder, Lars Edlund and Georg Riedel.

After Sjökvist’s retirement in 2011, Ian continued working with Storkyrkan Choir under its new name, the Chamber Music Choir, which he led until 2017. Since 2010, Ian has been principal conductor of the Bacchanal Choir accompanied by Par Bricole, which was co-founded in 1779 by Carl Michael Bellman. During the spring of 2012, Ian also conducted the Stockholm Chamber Singers on an international tour.

Keep an eye on the Folkuniversitetet website if you would like to join Campus Flemingsberg Chamber Choir.