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Scott Wilson


Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, and raised in Seattle, Scott Wilson joined the Seattle Symphony in 1971, retired from active playing in 2007, and is the orchestra’s assistant personnel manager. He served as first horn with the Seattle Youth Symphony and studied under Robert DeCou. He later attended the University of Puget Sound and the Vienna Conservatory, where his teacher was Franz Koch. Wilson has performed at the New College Chamber Music Festival, the Grand Teton Music Festival, as well as with Chamber Music Northwest. He is a founding member of the Northwest Brass Quintet.





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