Scott Macmillan has a passion for creating music, propelling him forward to a new composition, arrangement commission, collaboration, performance, musical directing live or in the studio, conducting, teaching, or as a clinician. A musical treasure, composer, guitarist, Scott Macmillan played a significant role expanding audiences for Atlantic Canadian music nationally and internationally taking him to places, like Carnegie Hall in New York, to perform his much-loved “Celtic Mass for the Sea” with librettist Jennyfer Brickenden. He’s performed in the UK, US, Germany, crisscrossed Canada conducting orchestras, and played a pivotal role in the rise of Symphony Nova Scotia’s Maritime Pops programming. His most recent collaboration is “Aiseag-the ferryboat” with Scottish composer/harpist, Mary Ann Kennedy performed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. A music maker, he explores a wide range of genres. Awards, appointments, commissions and critical reviews all reflect Scott Macmillan’s musical legacy is lasting and timeless.