Scott Chamberlin is an advocate for the saxophone in all music, new and old. He frequently performs in the Boston area with local orchestras, small ensembles and as a chamber and solo musician. In addition to traditional performance, educational outreach is very important to Scott. He has performed standard recitals, premiered new works, and engaged audiences extensively in the Boston area and throughout New England, as well as in Europe, including the World Saxophone Congress in Strasbourg, France. He recently completed a Masters of Music degree at the New England Conservatory, where he won the 2016 Wind Ensemble Concerto Competition. He is currently enrolled at NEC as a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree, studying saxophone with Kenneth Radnofsky. In addition to a busy schedule as a performer and student, Scott teaches privately in the Boston area, both in saxophone and music theory.