American conductor Scott Dunn has recently appeared with the Atlanta Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Concert Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, Sydney Symphony, Vancouver Symphony, Vienna Radio Orchestra (RSO) and other distinguished ensembles – as well as with such headliners as Trey Anastasio, Beck, Chris Botti, Bill Charlap, Elvis Costello, Steve Martin and many others.
2016-17 schedule highlights include Richard Rodney Bennett/Total Immersion with the BBC Concert Orchestra and singer Claire Martin broadcast live from the Barbican in London; Sondheim and Jazz Side by Side with Ann Hampton Callaway, Bill Charlap and others at UC Berkeley and Disney Hall; the world premiere of Dunn’s live to film orchestral adaptation of Rebel Without a Cause with the LA Phil at Disney Hall; numerous pops appearances with the Atlanta and San Diego Symphonies; and Jonathan Dove’s Mansfied Park with UCLA opera.
Scott Dunn is the Associate Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra since 2012. Also a distinguished pianist, Mr. Dunn made his 1999 Carnegie Hall debut playing his own orchestration of the Vernon Duke Piano Concerto. His most recent CDs include The Complete Violin Works of Vernon Duke (UAV 5990) with the RSO and violinist Elmira Darvarova; and a “new” Vernon Duke musical, Misia (PS Classics 1526) with arrangements by Dunn and orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick.