Staff Profile

  • Stace Constantinou is a musician, producer and composer who makes the occasional radio programme and sporadically writes about a variety of music topics.

    As a child, he won a scholarship to study piano, cello and composition at music school. Aged 13, he got a job waiting tables and saved up for a year to buy first AKAI synthesiser, later he also bought an Alesis MIDI sequencer. At University, Stace learned music technology and has gone on to compose and produce for the concert stage, radio and film. 

    Specialising in pattern recognition within music, analysis, composition-production, there is a mathemusic and technological aspect to his work. Having produced a number of radio programmes about music, he has also written a chapter on the Audio Object for Routledge. A Ricordi Prize Winner for Best Composition and Schillinger Prize Winner, he’s worked with notable performers as well as collaborated with artists and film directors. 

    His works have been performed in concerts and festivals in Britain, on BBC national radio and Resonance FM, as well as on the European continent and in Australia.

    He is currently working on a number of projects including an electronic music Trilogy based on the writings and ideas of various thinkers from Bacon to contemporary theories about Artificial Intelligence (AI).

  • Stace teaches across a range of areas on the music degree, whilst specialising in music composition and theory, electronic music performance and production, music for media (film, TV and games etc.) Ableton and Max, Logic X and Professional Project.

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