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Representation: Europa





Allan R. Scott

Currently entering his twentieth season as Music Director of the Helena Symphony Orchestra & Chorale, Maestro Allan R. Scott is “one of the most dynamic figures in symphonic music and opera.” He is widely recognized for his outstanding musicianship, versatility, and ability to elicit top-notch performances from musicians. SYMPHONY Magazine praised Maestro Scott for his “large orchestra view,” noting that “under Scott’s leadership the quality of the orchestra’s playing has skyrocketed.”

The Philadelphia native also begins his twenty-first season as Music Director of Pennsylvania’s Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony in addition to serving as the Principal Conductor of the Wilmington Ballet Company in Delaware for the past decade. He is also the Artist in Residence for NPR affiliate Montana Public Radio hosting specials on Mahler, Bernstein, opera, and Morning Classics. Maestro Scott was recently the chief conductor for the International Musicians Academy in Europe teaching the next generation of conductors and working with the Sinfonietta Vidin.

He has appeared with such companies as The Tanglewood Music Center, Royal Opera of Netherlands, Portland Opera, Fairfax Opera Company, Kent Opera, The Bucharest National Opera, The National Radio Orchestra of Romania in Bucharest, New Zealand’s Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Firelands Symphony in Cleveland, Pottstown Symphony (PA), Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, New Artists Philharmonic (CO), and Fairfax Symphony.