F. Johnson Scott, III, MM
F. Johnson Scott, III teaches courses in music theory, aural skills, and music technology. In addition, he teaches applied organ lessons and is conductor of the Lynchburg College Handbell Choir.
Mr. Scott presented his thesis research, "A Survey to Determine the Status of Undergraduate Organ Study in Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Accredited in the Commonwealth of Virginia," at the 2008 Virginia Music Educators Association Conference and poster sessions of his literature review research, "An Overview of Focal Hand Dystonia in Musicians," at the 2009 National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy and the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of The College Music Society. He was also co-presenter with Dr. Oeida M. Hatcher of "Movie Madness: Video Applications to 'Light Up' Your Concert Performance" at the 2010 CMS/ATMI Pre-Conference Technology Workshop Showcase Session.
Mr. Scott earned a master of music from Shenandoah Conservatory of Shenandoah University in 2007 and a bachelor of science from James Madison University in 1987. He studied piano with the late Nancy Lloyd; organ with Dr. Harvey Huiner, Richard McPherson, Colin Andrews, and Steven Cooksey; and conducting with David Watkins and Steven Cooksey. He is currently working toward a doctor of musical arts in music education at Shenandoah Conservatory.
Mr. Scott is organist at Centenary United Methodist Church in Lynchburg.