Summer Organ Session: Freddie Frostwick

Summer Organ Session: Freddie Frostwick

SAVE THE DATE: Friday 14 June, 12.30pm, Caird Hall, Dundee

Leisure & Culture Dundee has announced the next of their Summer Organ Sessions, aimed at promoting the Caird Hall Organ and nurturing the talent of young organists. The session will feature Freddie Frostwick and take place on Friday 14 June, 2024. Freddie Frostwick is an associate of the Royal College of Organists and senior Campbell Watterson organ scholar at the University of St Andrews, from where he has recently graduated with a degree in Classics.

Freddie began his musical career as a chorister at Westminster Abbey before attending Bryanston School with a music scholarship, where he began his organ studies under Graham Scott. For the academic year beginning September 2019, Freddie was appointed organ scholar at St Paul’s Within the Walls Church, Rome, where he continued his organ studies under Stefano Vasselli, alongside duties accompanying and directing the church choir.

In 2020, Freddie embarked on his studies at the University of St Andrews with a Campbell Watterson organ scholarship. In addition to accompanying the St Salvator’s Chapel Choir in their weekly services, Freddie has toured with the choir to locations across France and the Netherlands, performing at venues including Bourges Cathedral and the Grote Kerk of Wijk bij Duurstede. Freddie also accompanied the choir for their live broadcast of Sunday morning worship on BBC Radio 4 in 2021 and played on their most recent recording, ‘The Tyger and the Lamb: A Christmas Dance’. Freddie currently studies organ under Tom Wilkinson, Claire Innes-Hopkins, and Henry Fairs.

Upon leaving St Andrews, Freddie looks forward to starting postgraduate studies at Merton College, Oxford, where he will complete a one-year master’s degree in Classics.

In his free time, Freddie is an experienced horseman and a keen skier. When not in the saddle or on the slopes, his next favourite place to be is enjoying good food and drink with friends.

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

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