Department of Music presents Frauke Jurgensen to the Concert Series
Frauke Jürgensen studied theory and composition at the University of Western Ontario, and performance and musicology at McGill University, and is currently a Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen. She researches Renaissance performance and compositional practice, and the development of computational analysis methods. She is a founding member of the Aberdeen Early Music Collective, which performs music ranging from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries. She collaborates with the ensemble Northern Baroque in a series of concerts combining baroque dance with music inspired by dance forms. As well as early music, she has a particular interest in art song of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as the early works of Arnold Schönberg and his contemporaries.
- King's College Chapel
All concerts have a limited capacity and tickets must be obtained from Eventbrite. Although there is no fee payable on requesting a ticket the prices are :
Adult £10, Concession £5 and students Free - payable at the door
- Online booking available