Stacy Arnold is a concert performer, recording artist, and educator who has been applauded by audiences and critics for his innate musicianship, virtuosic performances, and beautiful tone. Stacy Arnold's concert performances have been described as "a variety of guitar music, stylistically pleasing in every way" by concert presenters. Mr. Arnold's concert performances represent the history of the guitar, presenting composers from 16th century Renaissance Spain to the modern day, featuring the Sambas, Choros, and Waltzes of Latin America, and a refined musical quality.
Stacy Arnold serves as Professor of Classical Guitar Studies at Dallas Baptist University and holds a Master of Music degree in performance from Southern Methodist University's Meadows School of Music where he studied under the tutelage of world-renowned performer and teacher Robert Guthrie. He also holds a Bachelor of Music degree in performance from Middle Tennessee State University, where he studied under the guidance of Dr. William Yelverton. Mr. Arnold has also served as a faculty artist at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. Mr. Arnold's students have been scholarship recipients for both Undergraduate and Graduate degrees at Southern Methodist University's Meadows School of the Arts, Texas State University, and hold positions as the Head of Guitar Studies on College campuses.
Stacy Arnold has toured extensively throughout the United States and has performed concerts for many prestigious organizations such as The Waxahachie Symphony Association, Cass County Performing Arts Council, Noel Masterworks Concert Series, Mississippi State University Concert Series, Mu Phi Epsilon Sunday Concert Series, City Arts Festival, Frisco Arts Festival, West Fest Music Festival, Lord of Life Lutheran Church Concert Series, Robson Ranch Concert Series, Evangel University Artist Series, University of Louisiana, and Louisiana College. Mr. Arnold has also been a featured artist in "Arts Now" in 2008 in Waxahachie Now Magazine as a concert artist.