After living in Baltimore for almost 2 years, Scott Ullman has made this city his home. While in Baltimore, he became Principal Horn of Symphony Number One, and he has performed with the Washington Chamber Orchestra, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, and the Occasional Symphony. Originally from Moorpark, California, he honed his talents in Denver, Colorado while performing with groups such as the Nebula Ensemble, the Pueblo Symphony, the Longmont Symphony, and the Evergreen Chamber Ensemble.
In past summers, Scott won auditions to attend the Colorado College Summer Music Festival, the National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute, and the Miami Music Festival. He has also attended the Mendez Brass Institute and two international horn symposiums.
Scott earned his Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Denver with Susan McCullough, and he is finishing his Master of Horn Performance degree at the Peabody Conservatory under the tutelage of Denise Tryon.