Victor studied organ with Noel Rawsthorne. He gives regular organ recitals and has accompanied choirs and soloists throughout the eastern region and Europe, most recently Rome where he played at the Pantheon, Santa Maria Maggiore and St. Peter’s, Vatican City.

As Director of Music at St. Edmund’s Church, Southwold, Conductor and co-founder of Southwold Choral Society and Assistant Director of Music and Organist for the Blythburgh Singers he has a wealth of experience in choir-training, conducting and choral accompaniment.
The Blythburgh Singers perform monthly choral evensongs and have sung in a number of cathedrals up and down the country, most recently Bury St Edmunds and Chichester. They also undertake regular European tours including Vienna in the autumn of 2008.

As an organist and pianist he has accompanied soloists and choral groups for numerous public performances, examinations, competitions, festivals and recordings.

Victor has a particular passion for Music Theatre and has directed the music for a large number of productions including Cabaret, Sweeney Todd, Candide, Jesus Christ Superstar and We Will Rock You.


March from Elgar's 'Caractacus' (excerpts) played by Victor Scott at the Organ of St Edmund's Church, Southwold.
Victor's daughter, Rachel (soprano), often accompanies him at performances.

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