Martin Fröst

“Fröst exhibited a virtuosity and a musicianship
unsurpassed by any clarinettist
— perhaps any instrumentalist — in my memory.”
The New York Times, December 2013
”Until you’ve heard Martin Fröst,
you really haven’t heard the clarinet.”
The Times

”In earlier times, the talent of Martin Frost
would have attracted suspicion. Like that of Paganini…
there is something approaching the supernatural
about his command of his instrument.”
New York Times
”A true performance artist as unpredictable
as he is brilliant.”
The Independent
”One of the most interesting, virtuosic and
daring musicians of our time.”
Fonu Forum
”...one of the best, most recognised respected soloists
around the world... music fans were quietly thanking God
that they had been allowed to experience this concert.”
Anzeiger Harlingerland
”He is certainly the reigning exponent of the clarinet
today with a performance style totally unique
and technically astounding...”
Hollywood Today

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Concert Schedule for 2015/16 season online now

Martin Fröst’s concert schedule for the 2015/16 season is now online. Among the highlights are concerts like Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with the Gewandhaus Orchestra and Riccardo Chailly in Vienna, Paris and London, Copland’s Concerto for Clarinet with Gábor Takács-Nagy at the Verbier Festival, Nielsen’s Concerto for Clarinet with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano in Gothenburg and Stockholm as well as the World Premier of the Genesis Project with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra on December 3rd 2015. Click here to view the full concert schedule.


Martin Fröst Returns To Camerata Salzburg

Martin Fröst returns to Camerata Salzburg to perform Weber’s Clarinet Concerto under Louis Langrée for a series of concerts at both the Mozarteum Salzburg (29 and 31 May) and the Wiener Konzerthaus (8 and 9 June). Last week marked the closing of Fröst’s 2014/15 season residency at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, where he performed a chamber concert featuring works by Mozart, Schumann and Kurtág with Maxim Rysanov and Roland Pöntinen. Fröst and Pöntinen also worked with Director Jorinde Keesmaat, performing two concerts as part of the Concertgebouw’s Tracks series.


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”Until you’ve heard Martin Fröst,
you really haven’t heard the clarinet.”

The Times

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