Instrument(s) / Speciality
RCM Theory, Harmony and History
Clayton Scott was born in Toronto, Canada, and is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music and the University of Toronto. Ms. Scott has taught piano since 1969, using the Suzuki philosophy of training since 1983. In 1992 she joined the Faculty of Suzuki Kingston and Summer Music Fest. It was for this Institute that she developed the highly-acclaimed lecture series, Music Through the Ages, a course in music history for the young music student. She adjudicates piano festivals, conducts piano master classes, opera and ballet workshops and gives professional development lectures for teachers throughout North America. Since 1981 Ms. Scott has been a member of the Board of Examiners of The Royal Conservatory of Music, examining in Harmony and Music History. Ms. Scott has performed both solo and in a violin-piano duo with violinist Karen Kimmett. Ms. Scott is the Past Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Ballet School. She is also a member of the Ontario Suzuki Association and the Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association. She is a Board Member of the National Ballet School Foundation, a Trustee of the Sir Ernest MacMillan Memorial Foundation and serves on the Advisory Council for Learning Through the Arts at the Royal Conservatory of Music.
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