Scott Wolf is known for his performing, teaching, arranging, and for his highly acclaimed podcast, All Strings Considered. He was recently appointed to the faculty of Oxnard College as Professor of Music in August of 2015.
He earned his doctorate in classical guitar studying with Scott Tennant at the University of Southern California. Before his move to Los Angeles, Wolf received his master’s degree with Eliot Fisk at the New England Conservatory, and a bachelor’s degree studying with Randy Pile at U.C. San Diego. A flamenco aficionado, Wolf began flamenco guitar while living in Spain in 2003-04, and has continued his flamenco studies in the U.S. with Grisha Goryachev, Adam Del Monte, Juanito Pascual, and Kai Narezo. Over the last several years, the Loyola Marymount Guitar Festival, the GFA Symposium in Los Angeles, and the University of Southern California have invited Wolf to give his sought-after “Flamenco for Classical Guitarists” workshops, and Scott Tennant and Adam Del Monte frequently invite him as a guest instructor for their private studios at USC.
A dedicated performing artist and chamber musician, Wolf plays a variety of musical styles. Most recently, Wolf performed with Susan Egan and Dr. Steve Cook at the Huntington Library, as a guest performer for Dr. Alexander Dunn's Turina lecture at the 2014 Guitar Foundation of America, he regularly accompanies soprano Janelle DeStefano and Wendy Castellanos. Wolf was also a featured soloist with the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus in Golijov’s Oceana, and played mandolin in UC San Diego’s New Music Palimpsest playing Carter’s Liumen.
Wolf is avid arranger of solo and chamber music; his work can be heard performed by such notable groups as the Grammy Winning L.A.G.Q., the USC Guitar Ensembles, and the Whittier Guitar Ensemble. His arrangements can be found from Les Productions d’OZ, Seconda Prattica, and others, and links to all of these and his recordings can be found on his website: