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Sonja Spisská Enebjörn

"Singing quickly became her main instrument, particularly since this meant she got to be in the front at the stage"
- The thing i appreciate the most about the music teacher’s programme is that we play a big part in the school’s concert activities and that we, as students, can affect and influence our own education.

Sonja Spisska Enebjörn

Sonja grew up in Malmö, and as a five year old, she started composing short music pieces for herself. Singing quickly became her main instrument, particularly since this meant she got to be in the front at the stage. In her teenage years she sat in front of the TV and watched movies searching for significant lines to use in her lyrics.

- A good start of the education is the intro week, where all the new students can get to know each other and play together across boundaries of different programmes and genres. This facilitates future joint projects such as the grand christmas concert.

- The thing i appreciate the most about the music teacher’s programme is that we play a big part in the school’s concert activities and that we, as students, can affect and influence our own education.

- We have a nice coherence in my class, we share experiences and fruitful educational arrangements from when we are out doing internships at various music schools.

In her spare time Sonja works as a circus artist with rope-climbing as her niche, performing acrobatic moves while hanging in a rope at staggering height.
- To spice up my performance further, I combine the rope-climbing with singing. Here I have had great help by my voice teacher.

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