Arnd is an Oxford Music Graduate (First-Class Honours!) with a formidable reputation as a singer – he started young as a treble soloist with the famous choir of New College, Oxford and has since gone onto perform in a range of styles from the avant-garde sounds of Stockhausen through to beat-boxing or close harmony work with the Swingle singers. Although vocal music has been a huge part of his life, he is also one of the best bass and piano players you will ever come across and has toured with many of the jazz greats including Kenny Wheeler, John Dankworth and Bobby Wellins.
As a composer, Arnd has completed commissioned works including large-scale pieces for St Paul's Cathedral, numerous a cappella works for international groups like the King's Singers and the Swingle Singers and choral scores which are sold all over the world. As a singer, Arnd’s haunting and distinctive counter-tenor (male alto) voice has also been regularly heard both on CD and, more recently, on TV: as well as title music to "Sweeney Todd" (BBC, Jan 2007) and "Peter Ackroyd's Romantics" (2006) he is currently the voice of BBC1's highly successful "Helicopters" idents.