Ear Training faculty member Rebecca Scott, born in New Brighton, Pa., is a recipient of the Frank Damrosch Award, the Gramma Fisher Award, and the Ford Foundation Teacher’s Fellowship. She is conductor of the Cantabile Chamber Chorale, the Juilliard Chamber Chorus, and Juilliard Pre-College Choruses. As a soprano, she has sung contemporary chamber music and given premieres by Meyer Kupferman, Eric Ewazen, and others. She is a former staff pianist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is a former faculty member at Rutgers University. Scott received her bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music and her master’s degree from Juilliard. She studied piano with Murray Present, Armand Basile, and Orazio Frugoni. She studied voice with Anna Kaskas and Carol Bergey Skarimbas and studied conducting with Herman Genhart, Abraham Kaplan, and John Nelson. She has been a faculty member since 1974.