Göran has performed as soloist and chamber musician in most European countries and Japan. During his career he has collaborated with artists such as Nobuko Imai, Christian Poltera, Antje Withaas and Maxim Rysanov. As a member of Kammarensemblen – Sweden’s leading ensemble for contemporary music – he is a keen interpreter of the modern repertoire and has had many pieces written for him. As an orchestra musician Göran has worked with Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Mahler Chamber Orchestra. He currently holds the position as principal violist in BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Since 2007 Göran has started to turn his interest towards writing his own music. Orchestras such as Australian Chamber Orchestra, Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields and Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie have played his works. The collaboration with his brother Martin Fröst has proved to be a fruitful one with arrangements of Brahams Hungarian dances for Clarinet and Orchestra, and the completion of Three Klezmer Dances, played and appreciated all over the world.
Together with Martin he has developed the concept of conducting choreography, a completely new form of stage performance. Premiered in the two pieces DClipse April 2013 and DTangled August 2013.