Stace Constantinou

I'm a British composer, based in London. My music is rooted in the western classical traditional, having been trained as a pianist and cellist, and in music theory, choral singing and orchestral / ensemble playing. I also have a firm grounding in acoustics, mathematics and sound engineering.

My music combines philosophical and traditional ideas, with an expertise in the application of modern music technology equipment. Where viable, I like to incorporate live instrumentalist into my musical compositions. I have composed works for Jane Manning, Christopher Redgate, Rhodri Davies, Kate Ryder, The Delta Saxophone Quartet, and Nikos Veliotis.

My works have been performed in concerts and festivals in Britain, on BBC national radio, in continental Europe and in Australia. Currently working on a PhD in composition, my supervisor is Dr. Paul Archbold, Head of the Institute for Musical Research, London.



I have lectured and delivered papers at Leeds, Canterbury and Kingston Universities. In May I will deliver a joint paper with Micheál O'Connell at the symposium 'Found In Translation' at the University of Sussex.

Co-founder and Creative Director of Personatones Limited, a New Media online retail business selling ringtones for smartphones. The business operates an ethical Artist Friendly policy. We also provide training, advise and an opportunity for early career composers to establish themselves.


To hear examples of my music: 
http://sconstantinou.bandcamp.com/

Or visit Personatones: www.personatones.com