Scott Shelp

Scott Shelp plays saxophone and clarinet. He joined the SFLGFB in 2007 and served on its Board of Directors in 2011. In 2016 he had the honor of directing the saxophone choir at the Lesbian and Gay Band Association (LGBA) conference in Palm Springs which he considers “the coolest thing I’ve ever done.” 
In the past Scott has performed with BandTogether and the Gateway Men’s Chorus in St. Louis, Missouri and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. He has begun studying the cello, occasionally playing with the Awesöme Orchestra Collective in the Bay Area.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional men’s music fraternity which encourages musical excellence and camaraderie in college and beyond. As a brother, Scott sees the SFLGFB as an excellent way of living out his Sinfonian mission while supporting the GLBTQ+ Community.
Scott holds degrees in nursing, French, deaf communications and psychology. He is a certified emergency registered nurse, published author in nursing and psychology and a member of Mensa. He has also worked in the past as a sign language interpreter. He lives in San Francisco and can often be found at Duboce Park with his two dachshunds, Dash and Dot.

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