Mason Copeland is an alum of Indiana University Jacob’s School of Music, with a dual Master’s degree in choral conducting and organ performance. He studied choral conducting with Dominick DiOrio, and organ with Janette Fishell. In 2012 the Jacob’s School of Music awarded Mason an Associate Instructor position in the choral department after serving as a Graduate Assistant in the organ department. Before attending IU, Mason began his formal education at the Interlochen Arts Academy in northern Michigan under the tutelage of Thomas Bara. He has sung previously in the Pro Arte Singers with William Jon Gray and has performed organ recitals throughout the Midwest and Southeast. He placed first in the Regional Competition for Young Organists hosted by the Indianapolis chapter of the AGO.
Currently, Mason is the Choral Music Director at Northview High School in Johns Creek, Georgia, where he has built a strong culture of choral excellence. He also serves as the Organist/Choirmaster at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Newnan, Georgia. In the past, Mason has served as the Organist/Choirmaster of Morningside Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, taught general music classes at the Paideia School, Atlanta, and was the Interim Director of Choral Music at the Westminster Schools.