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Martin Fröst

clarinet
Biography

Swedish-born Martin Fröst is a clarinettist, conductor and Sony Classical recording artist. Renowned as one of the finest exponents of the clarinet in the world at present, Fröst has performed in the world’s most renowned halls with orchestras including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the New York and Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestras, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Munich Philharmonic. His Vivaldi album with Concerto Köln won a 2021 Opus Klassik award. The 2021/22 season sees him focus on his activities as Chief Conductor of the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, including recording projects and a tour of Central Europe. His season’s soloist highlights meanwhile include a recital tour in Germany and Switzerland with Quatuor Ébène, and the Norwegian premiere of Sally Beamish’s Double Concerto for Violin and Clarinet, Distans, with Janine Jansen and the Oslo Philharmonic.


Programme
23 July 2022 11:00
chamber Music
RENCONTRES INÉDITES III
24 July 2022 19:00
symphonic concert
VFCO / GOEBEL / FRÖST / RICHTER / SÁ
27 July 2022 19:00
symphonic concert
VFCO / VANDELLI / ANTONACCI / FRÖST

Streaming
17 July 2015 GRINGOLTS, MØRK & TRIFONOV
Concerts
Gringolts, Mørk & Trifonov perform Beethoven, Schubert, & Brahms
28 July 2013 VERBIER FESTIVAL
Concerts
The Verbier Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary
20 July 2011 TERFEL, WILLIAMS
Concerts
Bryn Terfel sings Schubert, Schumann, Quilter, and Boito – with Llyr Williams
20 July 2011 The Verbier Recital
verbier festival gold
IDAGIO - Bryn Terfel : The Verbier Recital
17 July 2010 ARGERICH, PRESSLER, LUGANSKY, CAPUÇON & HARDING
Concerts
Argerich, Pressler, Lugansky, Capuçon, Harding play Chostakovitch, Prokofiev & Mozart
17 July 2010 MARTIN FRÖST
Concerts
Martin Fröst performs and conducts Mozart's Clarinet Concerto
16 July 2010 HARDING & DUTOIT
Concerts
Harding & Dutoit conduct Prokofiev, Britten & Stravinsky
01 August 2008 GRINGOLTS, MADŽAR
Concerts
Gringolts & Madžar play Beethoven
31 July 2008 QUATUOR & SEXTUOR
Concerts
Mozart's Piano Quartet No. 2 & Ernst von Dohnányi's Sextet