Orlando Classical guitarist Jeff Scott was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Jeff has been performing, recording, and teaching music for 35 years. Performing over 150 shows each year, Jeff is an extremely versatile musician, and has toured extensively throughout the United States and Canada. He performs in a variety of music styles and settings including solo Classical guitar, Jazz, and Rock groups. He is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance. Jeff has studied with many world-renowned artists including Stephen Robinson (a protege of the great guitarist Andres Segovia) at Stetson University in Florida, and composer/guitarist Loris Chobanian at Baldwin Wallace College, as well as with members of the Cleveland Orchestra, Ohio Chamber Orchestra, and vocal studies with David Gooding, director of the Cleveland Opera Chorus. He has performed in Master Classes for eminent guitarists such as Eliot Fisk, Eduardo Fernandez, Benjamin Verdery, Bruce Holzman, and the Pearl and Gray Duo. All of these artists are considered some of the foremost Classical guitarists and teachers in the world, and many are also proteges of Andres Segovia, commonly recognized as the greatest classical guitarist ever.