Performed by the Goldberg Ensemble. Dedicated to the Brodsky Quartet.
Iain Masson is a Scottish composer, born in Dundee (1981). His music has been played in international venues including the Bridgewater Hall, Regent Hall London, King's Place London, Brighton Corn Exchange, Royal Swedish Opera and Jacqueline du Pré Music Building. It has been broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. He is a former pianist with the Swallow Hotel Group and at the Mailbox Birmingham.
He is a graduate of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and the Royal Northern College of Music. His teachers were John Mayer and Adam Gorb.
Prizes include the Evelyn Forbes Ruark Memorial Scholarship for Solo Piano Performance, the Miss K H McLauchlan Challenge Cup for Piano Performance and the RNCM Alan Rawsthorne Composition Prize 2005. In 2015 he was proudly conferred with Honorary Membership of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
"A really accomplished composer" - Brodsky Quartet, Birmingham Post