Scott Cleveland

Scott Cleveland is a lifelong composer/singer/pianist/music educator/church musician. He holds a B.M. in Music Education from Berklee College of Music, an M.M. in Music Theory/Composition from UMassLowell and a M.Div. (magna cum laude) from Boston University School of Theology. He has written and produced six independent solo albums and performs original and reinterpreted Jazz/R&B/Blues/Fusion/Rock as a solo pianist and singer and in numerous duos/trios/quartets. He is on the Adjunct Music Faculty of the University of Maine at Orono, teaches Jazz piano privately, and is a recording studio pianist. His solo docu-concert “The Blues Spectrum” has been performed at numerous venues in Maine, Massachusetts and Nova Scotia including Gloucester Stage Co., Colby College and Camden Opera House. His musical director/pit band credits include: Man of La Mancha, Oliver, The Fantasticks, Fun Home (New Surry Theatre); The Pajama Game, Almost, Maine (Reach Performing Arts Center); Ten Real Star Acts, The Last Ferryman (Stonington Opera House), Spamalot (The Grand Theatre, Ellsworth) H.M.S. Pinafore (Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Maine) and numerous high school productions. He also composed the choral overture and incidental music for Cabin Fever Theatre’s Almost, Maine, and was commissioned to compose the piano score for the multimedia production of From Away to Here… which premiered at The Burnt Cove Church, Stonington in July 2015. He currently manages and performs in the Sandy’s Café Dinner Concert Series in Blue Hill.

Check out Scott’s albums on iTunes:

Short Pieces for Solo Piano 2

Live in Castine

Short Pieces for Solo Piano