Musical maestro is a conducting champion

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A Campbeltown conductor is celebrating after his brass band hit the right notes on its way to a fourth consecutive Scottish championship title.

Mark Good guided Inverclyde-based Riverside Youth Band to victory in the Development, aged 16-and-under, section at the recent Scottish Youth Brass Band Championships in Perth Concert Hall.

It followed victories in the same class in 2017 and 2016, and the 14-and-under class in 2015.

The former Campbeltown Grammar School and Dalintober Primary pupil enjoys a busy career as musical director of Riverside Youth and Renfrew Burgh bands, as well as teaching at Inverclyde Music Centre.

The 28-year-old combines these roles with his position as a communications officer at alma mater, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Mark Good, front right, with Riverside Youth Band after its winning performance at the Scottish Youth Brass Band Championships. NO_c49rconductor01_Mark_Good

Former Campbeltown Grammar pupil Mark Good conducted Riverside Youth Band to victory at the competition in Perth. NO_c49conductor02_Mark_Good