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Martin Fröst

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Music for a While (from Oedipus, Z. 583) Martin Fröst 04:10
Menuet in G Minor Martin Fröst 03:39
Ancient Suite Martin Fröst 03:30
Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra No. 3 in F Major "Il Mezzetino" : III. Andante Martin Fröst 03:31
Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra No. 1 in B-Flat Major "Sant' Angelo" : III. Molto Allegro Martin Fröst 03:10
Klezmer Dance No. 2 Martin Fröst, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra 03:54
Concerto for Recorder, Transverse Flute, Strings and Continuo in E Minor: IV. Presto Martin Fröst, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra 02:29
Psalm från Älvdals-Åsen Martin Fröst, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra 03:16
Piano Concerto No. 25 in C Major, K. 503 : II. Andante Martin Fröst, Lucas Debargue 07:24
Klezmer Dances Martin Fröst 04:05

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Martin Fröst (born on December 14, 1970) is a Swedish clarinetist and conductor of international fame, mostly known for his multimedia, concept-based projects Dollhouse, Genesis, and Retrotopia. Throughout his career, Fröst has collaborated with major figures in the classical music world such as Anders Hillborg, Krzysztof Penderecki, and Kalevi Aho, and has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Under the tutelage of Hans Deinzer and Sölve Kingstedt, Fröst started mastering the clarinet at the early age of 8, after which he built a reputation as a highly sought-after soloist. In 2010, he was named artistic director of the Stavanger International Chamber Music Festival, a tenure he held for five consecutive years. Fröst’s prolific output earned him the Léonie Sonning Music Prize in 2014, becoming the first clarinetist to ever receive the award and joining the likes of Leonard Bernstein, Igor Stravinsky, and Daniel Barenboim. Following a string of lauded residencies with the Bamberger Symphoniker and the hr-Sinfonieorchester in 2018 and 2019, Fröst was appointed chief conductor for the Swedish Chamber Orchestra for the 2019-2020 season, with whom he embarked on a tour throughout Europe tracing Mozart’s influence across the Old Continent.