Composer and multi-instrumentalist Iain Carnegie isthe writer and presenter of the Politics of Sound podcast, in which Members of Parliament and other prominent political figures chat about their lives before entering the Politics of Sound virtual Record Shop to pick and discuss their three all-times favourite albums!
Visitors to the ‘Record Shop’ have included Sir Peter Bottomley, Tim Farron, John Whittingdale, Layla Moran, Iain Dale, Jacqui Smith, Carole Walker, ThangamDebbonaire, Kevin Brennan, Pete Wishart and many more.
Iain is an award-winning composer who trained at the Royal Academy of Music and has composed the scores for over 150 prominent audiobook releases for the main UK book publishing houses, working alongside narrators such as David Tennant, Sir Lenny Henry, David Mitchell, Lauren Laverne, Rik Mayall, Simon Russell Beale, Emilia Fox and many more.
In 2012, he won the UK song writing competition and has also composed music for television (BBCand ITV).
Iain has worked as a producer, conductor and orchestrator for Phil Collins’ Little DreamsFoundation, and conducted orchestras at the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, St. John’s Smith Square and Cadogan Hall. On two occasions, he has conducted performances for Her Majesty the Queen.
Jane Compton Management represents Iain in the UK. For USA please email Seamus Lyte firstname.lastname@example.org