Pianist Lynn Arnold is well-known for her collaborative musicianship and for her commitment to advocating and performing British music. Recognised for the breadth, scope and depth of colour of her interpretations, Lynn performs frequently both across the UK and internationally as a chamber musician, soloist and accompanist. Lynn was the Founder Director of the Butlers Marston Concert Society in 2009; since then she and the Society have brought outstanding chamber music to rural and online audiences.

A founding member of the Warwick Piano Trio, the Arnold Ensemble and the piano duet "Four Hands" with Charles Matthews, Lynn also collaborates with individual artists including Roderick Williams, Francesca Barritt and Peter Mallinson. Lynn has now recorded ten albums of British music, with the Tippett Quartet, as part of “Four Hands”, and with Peter Mallinson for labels including Albion records, Convivium Records, Dutton Epoch, Meridian and Toccata Classics. Lynn has recently recorded a further album with Two Violas: Peter Mallinson & Matthias Wiesner.

An alumna of Cambridge University where she held a celebrated Instrumental Award, Lynn won much recognition in various competitions during her subsequent study at the Royal Academy of Music, not least the prestigious Sir Henry Richardson Award from the Musicians Benevolent Fund. A former Park Lane Group Young Artist, Lynn studied with Vanessa Latarche, Michael Dussek and Patsy Toh.

Lynn is on the staff of the Royal Academy of Music, Junior Department and has coached chamber music at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. A member of the ABRSM grade examining panel, Lynn teaches a select number of pupils privately. 

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