Dr Thomas Hyde
Teaching Fellow in Music
Room SWB16 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.