Scott Moore is an experienced Cincinnati-based violin and viola pedagogue and is a violinist with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. He began his musical studies under Dianne Pinner in his hometown of Greenville, SC. and graduated with a B. Mus. in violin performance from Bob Jones University in 2007, having studied with Achim Gerber. In 2009 he received his M. Mus. from the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music, studying with Piotr Milewski. Other influential teachers include Masao Kawasaki and Haixin Wu. An avid chamber musician, Scott enjoys performing with colleagues throughout the Cincinnati-Dayton area. Recently he played in the North American premiere of British composer Ian Venables’ song cycle Song of the Severn for the Cincinnati Song Initiative. Offstage, much of Scott’s time is spent in music education. Along with his wife Jessica, he maintains a busy private teaching studio, and Scott has taught for several years in the Dayton Philharmonic’s SPARK program, which pairs performing artists with schools in the Dayton Public School system. Scott is privileged to serve as deacon in charge of worship music at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church in Cincinnati. At home, Scott enjoys cooking, listening to myriad podcasts, studying church history, and being daddy to two energetic boys and one sweet baby girl.