Eyţór Ingi Jónsson er fćddur og uppalinn í
Dalasýslu, ţar sem hann hóf tónlistarmenntun
sína sex ára gamall. Hann nam síđar orgelleik hjá Fríđu Lárusdóttur viđ Tónlistarskólann á Akranesi.
Síđan lćrđi hann orgelleik, kórstjórn og
hliđargreinar viđ Tónskóla Ţjóđkirkjunnar undir leiđsögn Harđar Áskelssonar, Smára Ólasonar o.fl.
Eyţór lauk Kantorsprófi frá skólanum voriđ
1998. Hann nam síđan Kirkjutónlist viđ Tónlistarháskólann í Piteĺ í
Svíţjóđ og eftir ţađ lauk hann einnig námi í Konsertorganistadeild í sama
skóla. Orgelkennari hans var prófessor
Eyţór Ingi Jónsson was born and raised in Dalasýsla, beginning his musical education there at the age of six. Later, he learnt to play the organ with Fríđa Lárusdóttir at the Akranes School of Music. He then went on to study organ playing, choir conducting and related subjects at the Icelandic State Church School of Music with Hörđur Áskelsson, Smári Ólason, and others. Eyţór completed his Musical director’s course from the school in early 1998, later going on to study church music at the Musical University of Piteĺ in Sweden, and finally studying at the Concert organist department of that same university. His organ instructors were profs. Hans-Ola Ericsson and Gary Verkade. Eyţór has also attended courses held by several well known teachers, including Harald Vogel, Wolfgang Zerer, Jon Laukvik, Mathias Wager and Olivier Latry. Eyţór has taught at the Icelandic music schools in Akranes, Dalasysla and Akureyri, as well as playing in churches and with choirs nationwide. He has held numerous concerts in Iceland, Sweden and Norway, and conducted many choirs both in Iceland and in other countries. In 1998-1999 he served as organist at Akureyri church in the absence of Björn Steinar Sólbergsson, and in 2002 he was musical director and organist at Skellefteĺ Church in Sweden. Eyţór is currently a choir conductor and organist at Akureyri church, as well as conducting the independent choir Hymnodia. He focuses on seventeenth century music, both for organ and choir, and took part in founding the Akureyri society for enthusiasts of music from that period.