Village Harmony

Scott Sexton

Scott Sexton is a dynamic music teacher and choral director based in Mississippi. He is the choral director at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Jackson, where he leads four student choirs, a youth community choir and an adult community choir. He earned degrees in choral music education from Troy University (B.M.E.) and the University of Mississippi (M.M.). Scott is known for his passion in teaching and performing world choral music. He has traveled the world performing and collecting music and is best known for his immersive music experiences in Ghana, Bosnia and the American South. In addition to choral conducting, he is also an accomplished instrumentalist and enjoys accompanying his singers on piano and autoharp, as well as learning how to play instruments from around the world. Scott has participated in Village Harmony camps in Macedonia and Bosnia. This will be his second Village Harmony camp as a co-leader.