- On March 27, 2015
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Students at GAMTA are set to enjoy a masterclass with one of Broadway’s most exciting contemporary musical theatre composers, Scott Alan. Scott is currently in the UK and performing a series of concerts in London and will take time out of his busy schedule to visit the School on 7th May delivering his unique masterclass.
He has taught masterclasses at Universities and Acting Schools all around the world from London and New York City to Australia and Germany, teaching students how to showcase their gifts through their craft and make them the best version of their self.
Scott focuses on working to harness what makes the actor unique in a positive and fun environment by helping them break down their walls and emote through your lyric.
He dedicates himself to help the performer further understand material that is correct for their voice and type. Performers will leave these classes feeling empowered, emotionally lighter, inspired and dedicated to their career.
Many of Broadway’s elite have sung Scott Alan’s songs, including Liz Callaway, Jonathan Groff, Shoshana Bean, Adriane Lenox, Stephanie J. Block, Cheyenne Jackson, Eden Espinosa and more, all of which can be found featured on his debut CD Dreaming Wide Awake.
He released the follow up CD, Keys, in 2008 which features more of Broadway and West End elite singing his work, including Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis, Kerry Ellis, Randy Graff, Megan Hilty, Hadley Fraser, Julia Murney and many more.
In the Autumn of 2010, he released his newest album, What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up, featuring Christiane Noll, Darius de Haas, Christopher Sieber, Willemijn Verkaik, Patina Miller and more.
On June 26th, 2012 Scott Alan released his fourth album, LIVE, recorded at the famed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. This recording featured Samantha Barks, Lea
Salonga, Jane Monheit, Marc Broussard, Ramin Karimloo, Pentatonix and many of today’s brightest Brodway and West End stars.
On May 6th, 2014 Alan released his fifth album, a seven song collection sung by the composer called Anything Worth Holding on To.
On November 4th, 2014 Alan released his sixth album Greatest Hits: Volume One featuring new recordings and 16 Greatest hits.
He has sold out concerts of his music in New York City, London, Holland, Germany, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles and Australia.
On May 24th, 2012 ‘It’s Good to See You Again’, Alan’s composition, was featured on the premiere episode of the ninth season of So You Think You Can Dance.
In September 2014, Alan’s show ifi opened in Tokyo, Japan to rave reviews.
Alan’s show HOME is schedule to premiere in the West End in September 2015.