Scott P. Cory
Teaches Guitar, Piano, Music Theory
Guitar, Piano, Music Theory
About Scott P. Cory
Scott P. Cory M.M.
Scott P. Cory, a native of Fort Lauderdale, FL, has performed as a professional guitarist for the past 20 years in the Richmond area. As a soloist, Mr. Cory has performed for non-profit organizations like the Virginia Museum, the Valentine Museum, the Science Museum of Virginia, MCV, Johnston Willis Hospital, the United Way, the Sierra Club, and Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Cory has performed his eclectic solo guitar repertoire of classical, jazz and contemporary music in local restaurants, churches, art galleries, public recitals and in concert. As an accompanist, he has performed in many different musical settings with a wide range of musicians and singers throughout Central Virginia. As a professional educator, Mr. Cory holds both a Bachelor of Music, as well as a Master of Music Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Mr. Cory has been an adjunct faculty member through VCU’s Department of Music, Trinity Episcopal School, Collegiate School, Millwood School, Guitar Works, Richmond Music Center, as well as Southern Music. He currently teaches music at Charterhouse School and maintains a busy teaching studio at Music and Arts, as well as Rhapsody Piano and Guitar. A founding member of The Cory/Davis Flute and Guitar Duo, Mr. Cory, along with his partner of 15 years, Susan Davis Farmer, has enjoyed performing at more than 350 events such as weddings, private and corporate parties, receptions, concerts, and recitals. He has performed jazz guitar with the ShoreLeaveBand, and currently enjoys performing electric and acoustic guitar with his band, ChillCast, throughout Central Virginia. Scott and his wife Tonya, also an accomplished Singer/Performer, Educator and Musician, reside in Richmond, VA.