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Tyrone Scott is a Brooklyn based composer and arranger

The beginning of his music experience can be traced back to attending the Florida Music Educators Association conference each year of his high school career as an auditioned member of several choirs. During this time Tyrone began composing classical works, writing over 30 pieces for piano, solo voice and piano, mixed choir, and female choir by the time he graduated. Some of those compositions were premiered by groups such as the Fort Walton Beach based Una Voce and Choctawhatchee High School Madrigals. He also took first place in the 2006 NAACP ACTSO Competition (Okaloosa County) composition division, advancing to the finals in Washington D.C.

After high school, Tyrone attended Tulane University where he continued to compose modern classical works (several premiered by the Tulane-Newcomb Choir) but ventured into the world of a cappella arranging upon joining THEM, Tulane’s premier a cappella group. While in THEM, he served as both the President and Music Director, arranged over 20 songs, and spearheaded the group’s first ever appearance at ICCA.

Since obtaining his BA in music from Tulane, Tyrone has continued to compose and arrange music for college and non-professional a cappella groups across the country.

Tyrone is also an entertainment attorney, speaker, writer, and co-host of the entertainment law podcast POPLAW.