Dr. Lorie Scott
Lorie Scott is a freelance musician in the Washington, D.C. area. She holds a Doctorate and a Master's degree in flute performance from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Luther College, summa cum laude. Her teachers include Mary Karen Clardy, Carol Hester, and Jan Boland. She has taught and performed in Taiwan and the Dominican Republic on grants from the Fulbright Organization, at Luther College, and in the University of Minnesota system. She recently premiered some of her Grieg Lyric Pieces arrangements at the National Flute Convention. Her edition of the Karg-Elert Caprices was winner of the NFA’s newly published music competition and will be newly released by Musikverlag Zimmermann (upcoming). Active with interdisciplinary projects, recent grants from the American Geographical Society Library have supported work on developing an exhibit and study of photographer, Eugene Harris. Harris’s oeuvre contains images of musical and cultural life, taken while traveling the world during the post WWII era. Other fellowships have taken her to the Belgian Centre for Music Documentation and to the Banff Centre residency program.