(Work in progress – Music selections will be updated with more material soon)

Some general info about Anders Frostin and his professional recordings with his colleague musicians.

Frostin plays jazz, bebop and swing, with professional jazz groups in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Germany. For example he was a guest star at jazz shows in Berwaldhallen (Swedish Radio Concert Hall), Stockholm.

Frostin plays argentinian tango with the best tango artists in northern Europe. He performed as a soloist with tango orchestras, for example in important festivals in France and Finland.

Frostin plays scandinavian folk music with the best folk musicians in Sweden. For example he performed on SVT (Swedish Television) with Lena Willemark, and he regularly performs with established, great folk musicians in all kinds of occasions.

Great variation and quality!

Baroque Music

A few recordings with EU Baroque Orchestra, where Frostin played for six months. This is recorded in UK. Roy Goodman is conducting these beautiful pieces from Händel and Vivaldi Concerti Grossi.

To listen, click in the right column.

Fiddle Solo

Frostin’s Fiddle Solo from the song Angry Man. The band playing is Silver Saddle, country rock band from Malmö, Sweden.

Playing by ear

Since he started to play the violin, when seven years old, Anders Frostin has played music “by ear”, learning the songs primarily by listening. Later on, when studying classical music, at age 11, he of course also learned to play written music. But Anders focus has somehow often been more towards playing by ear.
That is also the natural way in folk music and jazz music.


Anders enjoys “Spelmansstämmor” very much. A “Spelmansstämma” (approx. “fiddler’s meeting”) is when you camp in the beautiful swedish nature somewhere, and you meet up with about 100-300 other fiddle players, and have jam sessions together… and keep playing until 4 or 5 in the morning…


During six months Anders toured in 19 countries with European Union Baroque Orchestra.

He performs regularly with the Malmö SymfoniOrkester.

With Den Fynske Opera Anders played in direct broadcasted Danish TV, DR2, 2002.

He also performed at The Copenhagen Opera with Concerto Copenhagen.