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.