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VICC comprises two buildings: the former Custom House – now called the Composers’ Hall – and, across the street,the Carlqvist Villa – formerly the Governor’s Caretaker’s Cottage – now rebuilt to a guest-house for visiting composers.

Both buildings are situated in the harbour of the medieval town of Visby, nearby the Baltic Art Center and the Gotland University College, with a magnificent view of the sea.

The three-storey Composers’ Hall houses two tenants,
VICC and the Gotland School of Music Composition 
(Gotlands Tonsättarskola), established 1995.

VICC‘s Electro-Acoustic Music Studio, Studio Alpha and the adjacent Grand Piano room, are found on the ground floor. On the second floor you will find VICC‘s administration, two 
Notations rooms (ordinary computer- & piano equipped), 
a kitchenette and a reading-room.
The Carlqvist Villa, the guest-house, has four private bedrooms (bed-linen and towels are supplied by the Centre), one common kitchen (intended for self-catering) and two bathrooms/ shower-rooms with washing possibilities (washing-machine, tumbler dryer).
We have 3 bikes () that you can use.

The adjacent garden plot is a part of the next-door neighbours, the County Governor’s Garden.