Scott Curry (Australia)
Pianist & Coach
The Australian pianist, coach and conductor Scott Curry studied piano with the Schnabel student Nancy Weir at the Queensland Conservatory of Music. Center of his work is Berlin, where he held a teaching assignment at the University of the Arts as assistant to Harald Stamm and Siegfried Lorenz.
On the concert podium and master classes he has collaborated with such distinguished singers as Doris Soffel, Jochen Kowalski, Ruthild Engert, Karsten Mewes, David Wakeham, William Matteuzzi and Irina Gavrilovici.
He has worked at major Australian theaters and opera houses - ia. as the head of music of the West Australian Opera Perth - and has performed at major Australian festivals. As accompanist and chamber musician he performed at the Berliner Staatsoper, the Dresden Festival of Contemporary Music and the Berliner Festwochen.
As a conductor he has performed with Baroque and contemporary repertoire at the Stuttgart State Opera, the Komische Oper, the Düsseldorf 6-Day Opera Festival, the Music Academy Rheinsberg, the Herrenhausen Festival and conducted the Berlin premières of Prokofievs Maddalena, Handel's Amadigi di Gaula and the European première of Gordon Kerry’s Medea.