Dana Nichole Scott


Dana Scott is a classically trained musician with a talent and passion for creating dynamic music. Ms. Scott works in operatic and musical theater productions, but also leads choral and instrumental ensembles. 

Ms. Scott began developing her musical career at a young age, winning several competitions and exploring her skills as a musical Disney cast member. Ms. Scott studied at New England Conservatory where she earned her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and received her Master of Music in Collaborative Piano from the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University. 

After her formal education, Ms. Scott balanced a host of responsibilities that allowed her to have a vibrant career. During her travels, she realized that a teaching career would allow her to pass on her experience and knowledge, and has spent the last few years helping others to grow through musical performance at schools in the Baltimore area

Millicent Scarlet


Millicent Scarlett is originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, continues to display her musical artistry with “a powerful and juicy voice” on concert stages throughout Canada and the USA. Ms. Scarlett is a winner of many awards, most notably The Luciano Pavarotti International Competition, and National Semi-Finalist at the Metropolitan Opera. She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Voice, and the Facilitator of Voice at George Washington University, Visiting Professor at Shenandoah Conservatory, Voice Teacher for the Washington National Opera’s Institute, and is the Director of Music at University United Methodist Church in College Park, MD.

This season, Ms. Scarlett will perform at a fundraiser for Doctors Without Borders with Frank Conlon. Ms. Scarlett had the pleasure of performing America the Beautiful at The National Archives Museum’s July 4th Celebration, and was honored to participate in the historic Swearing in Ceremony of the new Archivist Dr. Colleen Shogan. She also performed a solo recital at the historic Arts Club of Washington.

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