Pianist Lynn Arnold is well-known for her collaborative musicianship and for her commitment to advocating and performing British music. Recognized for the breadth and scope of her interpretations, Lynn frequently performs across the UK and abroad as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist.   A former Park Lane Group Young Artist, Lynn is an alumna of both Cambridge University where she held a celebrated Instrumental Award and the Royal Academy of Music during which time she won recognition in competitions, least not the prestigious Sir Henry Richardson Award from the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

Lynn makes frequent appearances throughout the UK and further afield at music societies, festivals and major venues such as the Esplanade in Singapore. A founding member of the Warwick Piano Trio with Roger Coull and Nick Roberts, the Arnold Ensemble with Marie Lloyd and Jonathan Barritt, and of "Four Hands" with Charles Matthews, Lynn and Charles are looking forward to making their first "Four Hands" recordings in 2020 for Albion Records.  Lynn is proud to play for the charity Music in Hospitals and Care, bringing music to those who would otherwise be unable to access live music. Lynn has been the founding director for the Butlers Marston Concert Society since 2009, bringing outstanding chamber music to rural audiences.

Lynn is Staff Accompanist at the Royal Academy of Music, Junior Department, accompanies students in the senior departments at the Academy, and has coached chamber music at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. A member of the ABRSM examining panel, Lynn is also Senior Piano Tutor at Warwick University and nurtures her select private teaching practice. Lynn very much enjoys working with students and her work as a tutor reflects the breadth of her performance programme. 

Details of Lynn’s performance diary, collaborations and projects can be found on her website

"Aiding and abetting her was the excellently perceptive Lynn Arnold  ...with her limpid pianism."

The Straits Times, Singapore

"Played with terrific accuracy and verve..."  St Albans Symphony Orchestra