Staff Profile

  • Stace Constantinou, PhD is a senior lecturer and programme leader for the Popular Music course at the University of Northampton.

    He has 20 years’ experience as a musician, composer/songwriter. He also makes the occasional radio programme, sporadically writes about music, and has recently started making podcasts.

    He is currently working on several projects including an electronic music EP, The SAPIAN trilogy about an imaginary AI.

    His works have been performed in concerts, festivals and exhibitions in Britain, Greece, Finland, Australia and more recently in the USA and Japan, too. His music has also been featured on the radio including Resonance FM and BBC national radio, too.

    • PhD Supervisor.
    • Professional Project.
    • Music and Sound Design for Media.
    • Dissertation Supervision
    • Composition and Theory 1.
    • Composition and Theory 2.
    • Module Leader for Performance, Popular Music Studies, and Performance with Technology.
  • Recent research includes:

    The SAPIAN trilogy: part 1. Six-track EP. The SAPIAN Trilogy is inspired by various notions of what it is to be human, and what artificial intelligence (AI) may have instal for us.

    Working With Sound in the DAW: Towards a New Materiality of the Audio-Object. Constantinou, S., 28 Mar 2019, (E-pub ahead of print) Producing Music. Hepworth-Sawyer, R., Hodgson, J. & Marrington, M. (eds.). 1st ed. New York: Routledge, Vol. 1. p. 229-245 17 p.

    The First Law Suite. Constantinou, S., 31 Jul 2017. Research output: Non-Textual Output › Composition.

    From The Book Of Songs. Constantinou, S., 23 Oct 2016. Research output: Non-Textual Output › Composition.

    Sound Thoughts, Words and Music. Constantinou, S., 6 Mar 2016. Research output: Non-Textual Output › Curation of events/programmes.

  • For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Stace Constantinou’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.