Frederick Stocken is an organist, composer, and co-author of the New Oxford Organ Method

As well as teaching at Junior Academy, Frederick teaches Supporting Studies in the Academy's organ department. He also teaches and examines for the Royal College of Organists.

He is Organist of St George’s Metropolitan Cathedral, London, and he has given recitals in leading venues across the UK and beyond, often including his own music.

As a composer Frederick has been widely commissioned, and his works include two symphonies, the first for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; a ballet, Alice, for the State Theatre in Giessen, Germany; a Violin Concerto written for Adam Summerhayes, and an orchestral mass, Missa Pacis, for the Brompton Oratory. His Chichester Service was commissioned for the 2019 Southern Cathedrals Festival and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. His organ music includes Archangels and Faith Love Hope. Publishers include OUP and Banks Music.

Frederick was Organ Scholar at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, where he studied with Peter Hurford. He won five prizes at ARCO and three at FRCO. He has a PhD in nineteenth-century harmonic theory from the University of Manchester.

Frederick’s tutor Scale Shapes (Chester Music) reached its 3rd revised edition in 2021, and he collaborated with Anne Marsden Thomas on Graded Keyboard Musicianship (OUP).