Born in Cardiff, Wales, Iain Quinn enjoys a distinguished career as an organist, musicologist, and composer. He has studied at The Juilliard School, The Hartt School, University of Hartford, (BM, summa cum laude), the Institute of Sacred Music, Yale University (MM), and the University of Durham (PhD in Historical Musicology), during which time he was also a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University. He has held college, church and cathedral positions in Durham (UK), New York, Connecticut and New Mexico, respectively, and taught at the Blackheath Conservatoire, London, and Western Connecticut State University. He has given performances in London, Cambridge, Oxford, Haarlem, Berlin, Lisbon, Melbourne, Moscow, Washington, DC, New York and Hong Kong. He has also performed at many international festivals. His scholarly writings have been published in Tempo, MLA Notes, Journal of Victorian Culture, Interpreting Historical Keyboard Music (Ashgate), and in editions of Samuel Barber and Carl Czerny published by G. Schirmer and A-R Editions, respectively. He has recorded eleven CDs that are available on the Chandos, Hyperion, and Raven labels. Dr. Quinn is Assistant Professor of Organ at Florida State University.