Composing for me is the ideal way to explore ideas and sounds, and to work with others to create experiences that are beautiful and engage the mind.

Twelve years have flown by since I first put pencil to staff paper in college and became hooked on the challenge of composing: creating music, sculpting sound. I began my music career at age seven with piano lessons, at age eleven learned the clarinet in band, and explored dance, theater, art. Supported by teachers, family, friends, I continued my studies through the master’s level, both in the States and abroad in the Netherlands on a Fulbright grant, and now work as a composer with musicians, artists, and theater makers, presenting in concerts and festivals around the globe.


SOLI Chamber Ensemble

A dream come true: award-winning SOLI Chamber Ensemble commissioned me to write a new piece for their October 2019 concerts! They are the vanguard of contemporary music in San Antonio, Texas, and an inspiration and mentors of mine since college, making this a personal and challenging project for me. For details please see their website. Updates coming soon!


UNDA Cellotronica album

Coming FALL 2019!!!

Photo by Jos Claesens web

About the album

The inspiration for this album is how the voice of the cello may be enriched by the manifold options the electroacoustic world can bring. For Yvonne Freckmann, composing is the ideal way to explore ideas and sounds to engage the mind. For cellist Clara Rivière inspiration comes through experimentation with fresh ideas and living at the intersection of music, theater and multimedia performances.

UNDA Cellotronica is the result of the four-year exploration of melding a classical modern cello sound with pre-recorded sounds that range from trains, to birds, to recordings of the cello itself. The album UNDA (in Latin, waves), will be a compilation of the five exciting works. We hope to present this project in upcoming concerts around the world.


Thank you for your interest in my music! Contact me with any questions about scores, pieces, performances, or future collaborations!

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