Started as composer in the French experimental Band PALO ALTO.
With a strong interest in literature and orality as a musician, he collaborates regularly with storytellers and writers for radio sessions, oratorios, or records.
Strongly linked to the work of Antoine Volodine, his first solo album, Les Suites Volodine (Noise Musem/Naïve, 1999), was directly influenced by his writings. They both share a taste for haunting atmospheres, black humor, witchcraft.
Volodine and Frajerman also worked on creations, Des Anges Mineurs, post-exotic oratorio composed for six musicians, singer, narrator, dancer and videographer (La Cigale, 2000), and Vociférations, cantopera for eleven musicians, ordered by the Radiophonic Creation Workshops of France Culture (2004). The broadcasting on Radio France of this last work was followed by a residency at the Lieu Unique, National Theatre of Nantes for the concert version.
Composer of soundtracks for contemporary dance, object theater, animation, short films, documentaries, he has developed in recent years as a guitarist an approach to this instrument influenced by folk music from Greece and rural blues of the southern United States.


Rivières de la nuit (Douzième lune) 2017
Vociférations avec Antoine Volodine (France Culture / Le Cluricaun) 2008

Frâjerman String Quartet (Linoleum) 2004
Le Souffle du Vide (archives 92-95, Halte aux Records) 2003
Macau Peplum (Noise Museum/Naïve) 2000

Le Civisme en chanson (Tremplin théâtre) 1999
Fasmes (Noise Museum/Naïve) 1999

Les Suites Volodine (Noise Museum/Naïve) 1998
Mandibules (Organic) 1997
Le Nom des arbres (Organic) 1997
Drosophiles (Prikosnovenie) 1995

 Baagou music (Cynfeirdd) 2004

with PALO ALTO :
 (fifteen album beetween 1989 and 2017)


— Dozen short movies, animated and documentary films for Guy Maddin, Stéphane Blanquet, Canal +, Fabrice Vacher & Claire Judrin -Dynamo production & Alchimik productions.

— Sound tracks and live music for contempory dance and object theatre (Andy de Groat, Valérie Briffod, Cie Le Chiendent, Compagnie méli-Méloup, Cristina Iosif…).

— Radio plays for Radio France / France Culture (Tapage Nocturne, Ateliers de Création Radiophonique, Clair de Nuit).