Summer Organ Sessions: Frederick Frostwick

Summer Organ Sessions: Frederick Frostwick

Friday, 14 Jun 2024

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Frederick Frostwick is currently completing his undergraduate studies in Classics at the University of St Andrews, where he is a Campbell Watterson Organ Scholar.  As organ scholar he accompanies the St Salvator’s Chapel Choir in their weekly services, concerts, and special services throughout the year.  He recently performed with them in venues across central and eastern France as part of their ten-day tour of the country.  In November 2021 Freddie accompanied St Salvator’s Chapel Choir in their live broadcast of Sunday morning worship on BBC Radio 4 for Advent Sunday.  Freddie also played for their most recent CD, ‘The Tyger and the Lamb: A Christmas Dance’.

Freddie began his musical career as a cathedral chorister, first at Truro Cathedral for a year, and subsequently at Westminster Abbey between 2010 and 2014.

In 2014 Freddie joined Bryanston School as a music scholar, where he began organ studies under Graham Scott, alongside studies in piano, violin, viola, and singing.  He has received tuition from internationally acclaimed organists including Nathan Laube, Henry Fairs, Pieter Van Dijk, and Ann-Elise Smoot.

Freddie was appointed organ scholar at St. Paul’s Within the Walls Episcopal Church, Rome for the academic year beginning September 2019. Whilst in Rome, Freddie gained experience playing for the various liturgies of the church, helping compile the music lists and directing the choir.

After graduating from St Andrews, Freddie plans to move to London to complete a law conversion course, whilst continuing to play the organ at one of the churches in the city.

The event is free, doors open at 12.30pm and the Concert starts at 1 pm

Event Category

Summer Concerts

Event Location

Caird Hall
City Square
Dundee, DD1 3BB

Event Fees

General admission

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