Dr Thomas Hyde
Teaching Fellow in Music
Room Room 9B South West Block Music Department
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS
Thomas Hyde studies at St Anne’s College, Oxford and then as a postgraduate at the Royal Academy of Music, London. He completed his doctorate at Oxford in 2008. He combines working as a freelance composer with teaching, and has held a fellowship at the RAM (2001-2) and a visiting lectureship in composition at City University (2009-13). He joined King’s in September 2016, combing this post with a senior non-stipendiary lectureship at Worcester College, Oxford. He is on the advisory board of the Presteigne Festival and Chair of the Lucille Graham Trust.
- David Matthews: Essays, Tributes and Criticism, editor and contributor (London: Plumbago Books, 2014)
- Orpheus with his lute; Sweet was the Song; As a lily among thorns [scores] (Novello & Company Ltd. 2016)
- That Man Stephen Ward [recording] Damian Thantrey, Nova Music Opera (Resonus Classics, forthcoming 2017)
Techniques of Composition, Analysis (Classical to 20th century), Composition, various modules on modernism.