Scott taught music in the Los Angeles public school system for twelve years before joining Little Kids Rock as full-time Los Angeles County Regional Program Director in 2012, and is now the Director of Training. His duties include managing training, professional development, curriculum, and higher education. Scott received his degree from University of California, Santa Barbara, studied and taught music theory at the doctoral level at the Eastman School of Music, and anticipating completion of his dissertation in Music Education at the University of Southern California in November. While primarily a guitarist, Scott has played a variety of instruments as a performer in the fields of classical music, jazz, mariachi, and salsa music and has taught music theory, marching band, concert band, guitar, rock band, jazz band, mariachi ensemble, and keyboards.
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Scott Burstein, 5 years ago 0 8 min read
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[twitter style=”horizontal” float=”left”] [fbshare type=”button” width=”100″] [pinterest count=”horizontal”] As Buddy Guy left the stage on Wednesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, my initial thought is that nothing I had listened…
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