Luke Scott – bass-baritoneOctober 25, 2015 No Comments
Baritone Luke Scott received his musical training from The Hartt School of Music, Chautauqua Institution, Aspen Opera Theater Center, Martina Arroyo Foundation, and Voice Experience Foundation. This past season held the title role in Le Nozze di Figaro at Opera on the Avalon in Newfoundland, Guglielmo in Cosi fan Tutte with CLO, the Brahms Requiem with the Newburyport Chorale society, and Escamillo in Carmen with One World Symphony.
Upcoming this year Luke will appear with the Cape Cod Symphony as a concerto competition finalist, sing the title role in Don Giovanni, Marullo in Rigoletto with Opera Theater of CT, and Malatesta with Salt Marsh Opera in RI.
Other performances include Sam Trouble in Tahiti at The Hartt School, Count Almaviva with the Martina Arroyo Foundation, Spinelloccio/Amantio in Gianni Schicci with Yale Opera, Peter in Hansel und Gretel with Opera Theater of Connecticut, the title role in Gianni Schicci with CLO, and Bass Soloist New Haven Chorale in Handel’s Alexander’s Feast.
Luke was also a member of the Archipelago Project with the El Sistema orchestra of Acarigua, Venezuela. Other oratorio engagements include Bach Ich habe genug, Mozart Coronation Mass, Faure Requiem, and Handel Messiah.
Mr. Scott was a finalist in the Soma International competition, New Jersey Association of Verismo, and has received awards from the Chautauqua Inst., Aspen Music Festival, Martina Arroyo Foundation, Voice Experience Foundation, American Opera Idol, Amici Competition, Violetta Dupont Foundation, the Friedrich Schorr Memorial Award, Bel Canto Scholarship Foundation, Shreveport Opera Singer of the Year Competition, and Cape Cod Symphony Soloist competition.