Jacob Stott

Music and Choir Director

Jacob Stott  received his Bachelor’s degree in Piano
from Rhode Island College, studying with nationally and
internationally acclaimed pianist, Judith Lynn Stillman.
He began his harpsichord studies with Steven Martorella
while an undergraduate student. Mr. Stott commenced studies with Henri St. Louis,
Pamela Cook-Sobel.  Jacob attended the Longy School of Music in Cambridge
Massachusetts, he received his Master's Degree in Early Music,
studying harpsichord with Frances Conover Fitch, Peter Sykes,
and Early Music with Dana Maiben.  He has studied organ with Stephen Martorella.
Having worked in the church music field since age 12, Jacob is presently Director of Music Programs at St. John's.  Aside from accompanying and collaborating with local soloists and artists, Mr. Stott has given lectures, master classes, and recitals in Vermont and Massachussetts, as well as the Chopin and Chaminade Clubs, at Marble House and the Breakers in Newport, as well as various other venues in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. He is an Artist in Residence at the Jacqueline Walsh School for the Performing and Visual Arts, as well as consultant for the Syriac Music Institute. He specializes in domestic keyboard music of the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods, 16th and 17th century Flemish and Dutch domestic keyboard music, 18th century Spanish, Portuguese and Basque keyboard music, as well as music of the Eastern Churches.