Scott Anderson was for many years Principal Clarinetist with the Honolulu Symphony, a position he also held with the Grand Rapids Symphony, the Oakland Symphony and several summertime ensembles, including the Carmel Bach Festival, Glimmerglass Opera and Colorado Music Festival. While a member of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, he worked frequently as a recording studio musician, and has recorded solo and chamber music on the CRI, Albany, Well- Tempered and Marco Polo labels. Currently Associate Professor at St. Olaf, he taught previously at the University of California at Berkeley and Davis, Grand Valley State University, California State University Sacramento, and at Interlochen Fine Arts Camp. A graduate of the Eastman School and Northwestern University, his teachers include Stanley Hasty, Robert Marcellus, Rosario Mazzeo, Leon Russianoff and Mitchell Lurie, among others. Chamber music coaches with whom he worked extensively include Jan DeGaetani, Robert Levin, Ray Still, John Mack, and Julius Levine.