Fredrik Jonasson is a composer of soundtrack music, creating scores in an often mystical and atmospherical style with the symphonic orchestra in the main role. He’s influenced by romantic composers such as Richard Strauss and more modern composers such as Alfred Schnittke, as well as game composers like Jeremy Soule and Nobuo Uematsu. He is currently studying in Sweden at the Academy of Music and Drama, University of Gothenburg, under the instruction of Dag Hallberg for composition and Joel Eriksson for orchestration…
Fredrik is also a classically trained tenor who has an extensive amount of experience in solo and choir performances. He’s performing a range of music within various genre, including opera, operetta and oratorio. However, his specialization and big passion is lieder and he’s particularly known for his interpretation of Robert Schumanns “Dichterliebe” and songs by swedish romantic composers such as Hugo Alfvén and Wilhelm Peterson-Berger. At the Academy of Music and Drama in Gothenburg, Sweden, Fredrik is now in his third year of studies with concentration on vocal pedagogy. He is also a receiving vocal instruction from Sten Sjöstedt, and earlier from professor Gunnar Forshufvud. Fredrik made his debut in the Gothenburg Opera Choir in 2011.