Venue August 8, The Royal College of Music (KMH)

The congress will start on Wednesday afternoon, August 8, at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm (KMH). During the welcoming ceremony we will hear our first keynote speaker, Patrik N. Juslin, and be treated to musical interludes performed by students from KMH. We will have time to mingle over drinks and a buffet. Then we will be taken by hired buses to Rönneberga Conference Center.
The Royal College of Music in Stockholm educates musicians and music teachers at the highest international level. KMH traces its roots back to 1771, and has recently moved into a modern campus area – the music college of the future. KMH’s new campus was completed in the summer of 2016 and was designed by AIX Architects, with Tobias Rosberg as the main architect. New buildings meet historic ones and they enrich each other. The new campus reflects how KMH preserves its musical heritage, and at the same time is constantly developing. At KMH, you will meet students and skilled teachers involved in a wide variety of disciplines: classical music, Nordic folk music, music from other cultures, jazz, improvisation, composition, conducting, music and media production, as well as various forms of music education, including music therapy.

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How to get to KMH
By public transport: Metro red line no. 14, station Stadion or Bus no. 4 to bus stop Musikhögskolan.
Visiting address: Valhallavägen 105


Evening reception August 9, Stockholm City Hall

The Stockholm City Hall is one of Sweden’s most famous buildings, and one of the capital’s most visited tourist attractions. It is famous for its grand ceremonial halls and unique pieces of art and is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet held on 10th of December each year. It also houses offices for 200 people including the Municipal Council.

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Venue August 9-12, Rönneberga Konferens

From day two the congress will be held at Rönneberga Konferens on scenic Lidingö just 20 minutes from Stockholm. With the surroundings in a natural environment the venue is ideal for creative meetings. Take a morning jog, swim in the Baltic Sea or in the luxurious indoor spa, or just enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. Accommodation will be available on-site at Rönneberga or at Lovik, which is walking distance from Rönneberga. In order to provide as broad a range as possible in terms of standard and price, we will offer four types of accommodation. In addition to the standard choice of single/double room, it will also be possible to register as a single person willing to share a room with someone else at the conference. There will also be apartments with two beds, which can be booked in the same way as a single person wanting to share an apartment. Accommodation can be booked through the online registration page.

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How to get to Rönneberga
There will be buses from The Royal College of Music (KMH) after the opening ceremony on August 8 taking us to Rönneberga.
If you are not attending the opening ceremony and need to get to Rönneberga on your own, please follow these directions:
From Central Stockholm take the underground to Ropsten (red line). From there bus 204 Elfvik to stop Lovik / Rönneberga. Total travel time is about 30 minutes from downtown. If coming by car, drive over Lidingö bridge and immediately turn right towards Elfvik. Follow the road to Elfvik and and then follow the sign to Rönneberga.
Visiting address: Rönneberga Konferens, Rönnebergavägen 1, 181 90 Lidingö