Scott Gwinnell is one of the most requested, versatile jazz educators in the mid-west.
Based out of Detroit, Gwinnell holds various positions at some of Metro-Detroit's respected jazz instituitions as well as being the creator and director of the 7 year old, Metro-Detroit Jazz Workshop. Gwinnell also is a private instructor, teaching lessons in jazz piano, arranging, composition, and computer music notation in his Clinton Township studio. Some of the places Gwinnell currently teaches at:
Oakland University- Scott is a lecturer at OU, conducting the Oakland Jazz Singers, and is the professor of jazz piano. Scott also plays in the faculty jazz quartet.
Michigan State University Community School- Under the leadership of Sean Dobbins, Scott is the jazz piano instructor as well as combo coach.
Music Hall Center for Performing Arts- Scott is the recently appointed Director of Vocal Jazz, working with talented upcoming students, and organizes performances.
Piano Studio- Scott teaches a select number of private students in his Clinton Township studio. See page for specific info.
Metro-Detroit Jazz Workshop- The MDJW, created by Scott in 2008, offers a week-long summer day camp to students of all ages, experience, and instruments.