Iain Masson is a Scottish composer conductor based in the West Midlands. 

Iain has conducted numerous organisations across the West Midlands since the age of 18. He is a composer whose music has been played on BBC Radio 3 and in venues such as the Bridgewater Hall and more recently King's Place, London by performers including the Brodsky Quartet, RNCM New Ensemble and the Goldberg Ensemble.  He was the winner of the 2005 RNCM Alan Rawsthorne Composition Prize.

Iain received the Dr. Kenneth Ruark Memorial Award for Citizenship from Angus Council in 1999. In 2015 he was proudly awarded Honorary Membership (HonBC) of Birmingham Conservatoire for services to the music profession in the ten years following graduation.

He is a former pupil of Carnoustie High School, Angus.

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Current Experience

Conductor, Iain Masson's Symphonic Wind Orchestra

Previous roles

Musical Director, City of Birmingham Brass Band 2014-16
Musical Director, Alveley Village Band 2006-2014

The most dedicated, enthusiastic and stimulating conductor I have ever known, and this was showing results with BSO. Every single one of us became a better musician from the experience we have gained from your conductorship.
— Roger Pilkington, Principal Trombone, Bedworth Symphony Orchestra
“You’re the best music teacher ever. We all wish you could be at our school every day.”
— Louis, Y6, Stowlawn Primary School