SCOTT MACINNES – trombonist, composer, conductor

Scott MacInnes

Meet Scott MacInnes, a Canadian trombonist living in Victoria, Canada.

Scott MacInnes received his MMus from the University of Victoria (2011) and his BMus at the University of Toronto (2005). Scott moved to Victoria after winning a one-year bass trombone position with the Victoria Symphony for the 2005/6 season. The following year he secured the position of Principal Bass Trombone with the Vancouver Island Symphony. Scott is an extremely active chamber musician both as a member of the Pinnacle Brass Quintet and iTromboni. Demonstrating his great versatility, Scott can also been seen playing jazz, pop and rock around Victoria, as well as in most of the musical theatre pits. As an instructor, Scott teaches privately as well as at the University of Victoria where he teaches chamber music, a pep band and private instruction. Scott also holds the position of Artistic Director for both the Meridiem Wind Orchestra and the BC Brass Collective.

PANDEMIC STORIES: Scott MacInnes – Audio Documentary Composition

(find out more about Music for Self-Isolation – Pandemic Stories)

Scott’s Original Performance & Video Interview

(from Music for Self-Isolation – Performances)

Scott MacInnes performing Music for Self-Isolation – Trombone by Frank Horvat
Composer Frank Horvat interviews Scott MacInnes

Find out more about Scott on his website.

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