Scott was a boy chorister at the St. Paul's Cathedral, London, UK, conducted by the legendary Barry Rose. For five years, along with the daily requirements of cathedral life, he studied piano, flute, and theory. During these years he recorded with Kiri Te Kanawa and with Elton John, sang on the soundtrack for the movie "The Falcon and the Snowman", and performed all over Europe, notably at the Royal Albert Hall in a performance of Orff's "Carmina Burana", under Sir David Wilcocks.
For ten years, Scott was a counter-tenor lead at Grace Church on-the-hill with Melva Treffinger Graham, and also ran a youth choir there. He then became assistant conductor and soloist with the Tallis Choir, led by Peter Mahon.
The Tennessee Mountain Homos and The Cowgirl Choir in 2011
Scott was Music Director for The Cowgirl Choir and works with the Tennessee Mountain Homo Choir for the annual Steers and Queers event 'Night of a Thousand Dollys'. He is also Music Director for the annual Small Wooden Shoe production of Brecht and Weill's Threepenny Opera.
The boys of St. Paul's Cathedral Choir singing at the Royal Albert Hall in 1982
Conducting the first annual Threepenny Opera, 2009