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Quinn Mason

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Quinn Mason

Biography

Quinn Mason (b. 23 March 1996, Shreveport, La.) is an American student and composer.

Mason is currently a student at the Texas Christian University School of Music, where he studies composition with Dr. Blaise Ferrandino. He previously studied at Richland College with Jordan Kuspa.

A multiple prize winner in composition, he has worked one-on-one with distinguished composers David Maslanka, Libby Larsen, and Robert Xavier Rodriguez.

He has written for groups such as loadbang, Atlantic Brass Quintet, Voces Intimae, the New Texas Symphony Orchestra, SMU’s Meadows Wind Ensemble, TCU’s Wind Symphony and principal players of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

He is also the recipient of awards from the American Composers Forum, Voices of Change, and Texas A&M. Upcoming commissions include a large scale orchestral work for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Quinn’s personal mission is to write music that is “based in traditional classical music, but reflects the times in which we currently live.”


Works for Winds


References

  • Quinn Mason website Accessed 8 November 2017
  • University of North Texas Concert Band concert program, 8 November 2017