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Fredrik Sixten (b1962)

Fredrik Sixten, born in 1962, earned his Bachelor of Arts from the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm. He studied composition with professor Sven-David Sandström. After his graduation he worked as an organist and choir leader within the Swedish church. Between 1997 and 2001 he was the chief conductor of the Gothenburg Boys Choir, one of Sweden’s best boys choirs. Together they made CDs on the Naxos label, and one of their records sold gold. Fredrik Sixten is currently cathedral organist of Härnösands Domkyrk, and a well established composer in Sweden. His works have been performed on Swedish radio and television.

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