David Arditti

David Arditti was born in Bournemouth UK on 1 July 1964, and now lives in North West  London. Trained in science and largely self-taught as a composer, he writes vocal, choral, orchestral and chamber music in a tonal idiom, influenced by the classics, the English romantic tradition, and twentieth century minimalism. His music has been performed in the UK, USA and Israel, and some is published. He also sings, accompanies and conducts, and has taken a particular interest in English nineteenth and early twentieth century music. He is also known as a writer and lecturer on astronomy. Further information at  davidarditti.co.uk

Articles by David Arditti

David Arditti attends a celebration for the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Percy Grainger

David Arditti at a different performance of 'L'Enfance du Christ'

David Arditti requests an alternative survey of composers. Includes a survey of best-loved composers.

David Arditti reviews a disc of music by Sullivan

Articles about David Arditti

Classical music news. March 2024 Newsletter - Watch and listen to our March 2024 one hour video newsletter - Classical Music and Politics

Classical music news. January 2024 Newsletter - Watch and listen to our January 2024 video newsletter - Twenty-five Years

Classical music news. August 2023 Newsletter - Watch and listen to our August 2023 one hour video newsletter - The Creative Spark

Classical music news. June 2022 Newsletter - Watch and listen to our June 2022 newsletter - a special feature on women composers

Classical music news. November 2021 Newsletter - Watch and listen to our November 2021 newsletter

Classical music news. Defining Our Field - Classical Music Daily's June 2021 Newsletter is a panel discussion led by John Dante Prevedini, and has just been published as a video podcast

Classical music news. Streaming, Downloads and CDs - Classical Music Daily's May 2021 Newsletter has just been published as a video podcast

Record box. Rhythmic invention - The string quartets of David Arditti, reviewed by Patric Standford

MV3, with Gordon Rumson and Keith Bramich - M&V's monthly visit to the world of online music