Arnold, Stephen

Stephen Arnold grew up in Cirencester in Gloucestershire where he was taught by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies.   After a period of study in Rome he attended Southampton University from where he graduated in 1967.  After postgraduate research at the Universities of Nottingham and Southampton (with Jonathan Harvey and Alexander Goehr) he was appointed to a lectureship in Music at the University of Glasgow in 1971.  In 1973 he established the University's Electro-Acoustic music studio of which he is Director and in 1976 he was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study electronic and computer music in the United States and Canada.  In 1988 he was Director of the Special Electro-Acoustic Music programme at Glasgow University and a Director of the Musica Nova Festival of Contemporary Music.  In 2004 Professor Stephen Arnold was Head of the School of Music at Kingston University, London.

Instrument(s)/responsibility:
sound projection
Nationality:
British, English

Concerts by Performer

Title Date Venue Professor
Reid Chamber Concert Friday, May 13, 1988 Reid Concert Hall with Ahrend organ Leighton, Kenneth, 1929-1988