I have been a composer since 10th grade, having my works performed by the band and brass ensemble at the high school I went to, the Charlotte Valley Central School, Davenport, New York, where I studied composition with Roland Tuttle. I studied composition and trombone at the State University of New York at Oneonta, with Carleton Clay, and at the University of Michigan, with William Bolcom, William Albright, Leslie Bassett and James Dapogny. I went on to be a professional trombone player and artist. I performed with the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra for 37 years, The Pontiac/Oakland symphony for 20 years as well as numerous other orchestras in the area. I was leader of the brass quintet from the orchestra for 20 years and since then, formed my own brass quintet, the Ann Arbor Brass. Over the past 20 years, I have composed several works ranging from piano to brass quintet to concert band. Please enjoy listening to my compositions.
Soaring Colors March for Concert Band or Wind Ensemble, 2006, Score and Parts available from Sheet Music Plus
Festival Colors March, for Concert Band or Wind Ensemble, c. 2020 contact Scott for score and parts
The Evening's End Soliloquy, for Piano c. 2017 pdf or hard copy available from Sheet Music Plus
Cannonball, Circus March for brass quintet c. 2012 Score and parts available for purchase from Art of Sound Music publisher
Escapade, for brass Quintet, c. 2012 Score and parts available for purchase from Art of Sound Music publisher
Crosstalk, for brass quintet, c. 2018 Score and parts available for purchase from Art of Sound Music publisher