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Ryan Scott is an acclaimed marimba and multi-percussion soloist. He also plays with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, Esprit Orchestra, New Music Concerts, the Composers’ Orchestra, the Bob Becker Ensemble, Soundstreams Canada, Continuum, ArpaTambora, and the Evergreen Club. He has collaborated numerous times with the violist Rivka Golani, and has been a guest artist on several occasions with NEXUS. He has made CDs for Centrediscs, CBC Records, hatART and Naxos. Ryan Scott is currently writing a cycle of etudes for the marimba, the first of which had its première recently by the composer on Two New Hours on CBC RadioTwo.

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