“. . . perfectly orchestrated . . . haunting . . . a remarkable and welcome musical surprise. . .”
The Washington Times
“The choral works of Scott Perkins show elegance, depth, craft, and nobility. They are at once sophisticated and singable. I recommend this music highly.”
Editor, American Choral Review
Director of Choral Activities, Eastman School of Music
On March 19, mezzo-soprano Julia Mintzer, who premiered Scott’s opera Charon at the Kennedy Center in 2012, and pianist Ellen Rissinger will give the first German performance of Scott’s music! They will perform “The Right of Way” from Scott’s Songs from Spring and All as part of a program of American art song at the Semperoper in Dresden. Click here for more details.
Augsburg Fortress to Release New Choral Anthem
For the third time, Augsburg Fortress, the publisher for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, will publish one of Scott’s choral anthems! Take My Life, That I May Be will be released in their Fall/Advent/Christmas catalog this March. Until then, the piece is available for purchase through Encore Music Creations. Click here for more information about this beautiful anthem, or order your copy at Encore@EncoreMusicCreations.com!
Scott has been working on several commissions, including: Three Rituals, a work for Duo Damiana (Grammy-winning flutist Molly Barth and guitarist Dieter Hennings), which will be premiered in March; an anthem for choir and organ for the Northeast Region of the American Guild of Organists, to be premiered at their convention in June; and a solo organ work for a recital by Carla Edwards at Indiana University, where she will receive a distinguished alumna award this fall.