Scott Morris gave his New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 1998. He has since appeared as a soloist and chamber musician throughout North America, Central America, Europe and Asia. He performed and recorded with artists like Julian Coryell (Alanis Morissette), Jeff Young (formerly of Megadeth), Steven Thachuk, Matthew Greif (LAGQ), Steve Perry (formerly of Journey), and the Grammy-winning™ guitarist/composer Andrew York. He has studied at Yale University, the USC Thornton School of Music, the Aspen Music Festival, Musician’s Institute (GIT), Mozarteum Sommerakademie (Salzburg, Austria) and Claremont Graduate University from which he holds the degree of Doctorate of Musical Arts. He uses D’Addario strings exclusively and has been endorsed by the company since 1998. Scott currently resides in Los Angeles where he is this Supervisor of Guitar Studies at California State University, Dominguez Hills. . His latest recording for AIX Records is called Phonology: the Music of Erik Satie for Guitar, which includes performances with Andrew York (guitar), Nanette Gobel (soprano) and Richard Kravchak (oboe) on historically important French guitars supplied by GSI (Guitar Salon International). In addition to both normal resolution and high-resolution (96 K) audio recordings, Phonology also includes a 70-page book of Scott’s original arrangements of the music published by MidShelf Music. .