By MARINA CAITLIN WATTS
Avid musician, ILR senior and Sun Staff Writer Kurt Fritjofson ’16 has been working hard this semester. Aside from finishing up his degree to graduate this spring, Fritjofson is also in the process of recording an album, Kismet, under the stage name of Kurt Riley. He is collaborating with other students, and their combined talents make for an impressive result. The Sun sat down and spoke with him about his music, his aspirations and what we can expect from him in the future.
The Sun: What is your history as far as music production goes, and when did your interests spark? Kurt Fritjofson: I’ve been producing my own music since I was 14 years old, and I’ve had the great fortune of getting to work with many talented musicians and producers.