Scott Wolf is known for his performances, college teaching, recordings, arrangements, and his highly acclaimed podcast, All Strings Considered. He earned a DMA while studying with Scott Tennant at the University of Southern California, and teaches as a faculty member at Whittier and Oxnard Colleges. Wolf has studied flamenco extensively in Spain and frequently gives flamenco technique workshops to classical guitarists in settings such as the Loyola Marymount Guitar Festival, the GFA Symposium in Los Angeles, University of Southern California Performance Practice courses, and to the private students of Scott Tennant and Adam Del Monte. A dedicated performing artist, Wolf most recently performed at the 2014 GFA as part of a lecture given by Dr. Alexander Dunn, in the Composer Alive Series throughout Southern California playing the music of Manuel De Falla, as a featured soloist with the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus in Golijov’s Oceana, and playing mandolin in UC San Diego’s New Music Palimpsest playing Carter’s Liumen. His arrangements can be heard performed by such notable groups as the USC Guitar Ensembles, and the Whittier Guitar Ensemble, which he directs.