A Coffee With Joel Frederiksen

Joel Frederiksen Michael ThalliumThis is the edited video of the fifth interview of the series “A Coffee With…” This time, my guest was the American bass singer, lutenist and early music specialist Joel Frederiksen. The original “A Coffee With…” session took place on Wednesday June 17th 2020 on my Facebook wall. It was simultaneously transmitted on Music Without Quarantine. That live interview is just a bit longer, because it includes waiting moments until we could start with our “virtual coffee”. If you wish, you can see the original interview HERE.

Joel Frederiksen was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA) in 1959. In this conversation over coffee, Joel and I speak about his music projects of the past with the Waverly Consort and the Boston Camerata, about his discography and projects with the Ensemble Phoenix Munich. Among his many recordings, we speak about Orpheus, I am (2004), The Elfin Knight (2007), O felice morire (2008), Rose of Sharon (2011), Requiem for a Pink Moon (2012), which is a homage to singer-songwriter Nick Drake, Oswald von Wolkenstein (2013), with Sabine Lutzenberger and Bernd Fröhlich, Tell Me True Love (2016), Bis an der Welt ihr Ende (2017), with Per-Sonat, Marc Lewon and Baptiste Romain and Un niño nos es naçido (2018).

Previous guests of the “A Coffee With…” series were the conductor Marco Antonio García de Paz, the music critic Arturo Reverter, the accordionist Iñaki Alberdi and the composer and music critic Robert Hugill.

A coffe with Joel Frederiksen

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