Scott Stanton

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Scott Stanton


Scott Stanton is a professional educator, musician, and administrator with experience in public and private music instruction at all levels including the community college and university settings. As Director of Fine Arts at William Penn University and Department Chair at the College of Eastern Utah, he has taught music theory, music history, music technology, and directed bands, orchestras, choirs and synthesizer ensembles. His transcriptions of Mannheim Steamroller’s music for synthesizer ensemble are published by Dots and Lines Ink, Omaha, NE. His original jazz and concert band compositions are published by C. L. Barnhouse Co., Oskaloosa, IA.

In addition to writing and performing with his jazz trio, “Jazz Between Friends”, he is active as an adjudicator, clinician, and guest artist. Scott is the founder of Pro Musica, a community music school in Price, Utah. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Monmouth College, Monmouth Illinois and a Master’s of Music Education from VanderCook College of Music, Chicago. He is a member of many professional organizations including; ASCAP, American Choral Directors Association, Music Educators National Conference, and the International Association of Jazz Educators.

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