Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist and Producer
Scott Lamps is an award-winning American composer, producer, arranger and sound designer.
His music is sometimes large and sometimes small, playing a vital role in diverse projects like the Shedd Aquarium's immense One World, the Emmy-winning documentary film Kindred, the recordings of underground darling Ida Jo, and the musical language of electronic artist Chants.
His work is informed by a vast knowledge of music history, instrumental and vocal traditions, and nearly two decades as a nationally-touring performer. Known for his chameleon-like ability to adapt to different musical styles, Lamps has “the ability to convey, the illusive gift.” (Local Sounds Magazine)
A student of Joel Naumann, Stephen Dembski, Leslie Thimmig and legendary bassist Richard Davis (Miles Davis, John Lennon, Van Morrison), Lamps earned his BM in Music Composition from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI.