Dr Scott Davie is known to audiences as a soloist and chamber musician. He has given concerts throughout Australia, Europe, across the United States of America, Mexico, and China. His performances and recordings have been broadcast on both radio and television.
Scott is known for various cross-disciplinary collaborations, such as with Graeme Murphy and Sydney Dance Company in Grand, and in a 2018 revival of the work with The Australian Ballet. In 2012, he gave the Australian premiere of the original version of Rachmaninoff’s Fourth Piano Concerto with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, to capacity audiences at the Sydney Opera House, under conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Among his published recordings, two solo CDs, Lilacs and Pictures from an Exhibition, are available through ABC Classic. A CD of the music from Grand has been released on the Melba label. A recording with violinist Asmira Woodward-Page of early 20th Century Australian music was re-released by ABC Classic in 2019.
Recent collaborations include a recording of music by Roger Smalley with soprano Taryn Fiebig for Toccata Classics, and of contemporary Australian music with clarinettist Jason Noble. In 2020, ABC Classic released a lieder album with soprano Taryn Fiebig, while a series of recordings of new music on a piano built c.1770 has been broadcast widely and released on streaming services by the ABC. In addition to performing, Scott is a published author and public speaker.