Stacy Arnold is recognized for his artistry as a concert soloist, recording artist, and educator whose concerts have been described as "a variety of guitar music, stylistically pleasing in every way" and applauded for his innate musicianship, virtuosity, and beautiful tone. The Cass County Performing Arts Council has described his concert performance as "generous and delightful". Mr. Arnold has toured throughout the United States at Universities, Colleges, Arts Organizations, and Classical Guitar Societies. Mr. Arnold's concert performances represent the entire history of the guitar, presenting composers from the 16th century Renaissance to the modern day, with an emphasis on the music of Spain and Latin America.
Stacy Arnold is professor of classical guitar studies at the Dallas Baptist University School of Music 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 been guided in master class instruction by David Tanenbaum (San Francisco Conservatory of Music) and Robert Guthrie (Taos, New Mexico)