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Scott Scheetz

Scott Scheetz

Scott Scheetz, a native of Aiken, South Carolina, began piano studies at age 4. After 7 years of piano study, he began studying organ around age 11. In 2009, he was named a finalist in the East Carolina University Pre-College Organ Competition for the Southeastern Region of the United States, and in 2010 received first place.

Scott completed his Bachelors of Music in Organ Performance at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University where he studied with Dr. Christopher Young. In 2017, he completed a Master of Sacred Music with a focus in Organ Performance at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University where he studied with Professor Stefan Engels. Scott currently serves as Music Minister and organist at Crown of Life Lutheran Church in Colleyville, TX where he directs the adult, youth, children, and handbell choirs, and leads both traditional and contemporary worship.

In addition to classical organ studies, Scott plays percussion, both classical and drum kit, guitar, bass guitar, and works as a portrait, wedding, and event photographer in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. In his spare time he enjoys working on cars, playing jazz, rebuilding vintage electronics, and collecting dead media formats like Laserdisc and Betamax.

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