Penn Square Music Conservatory
Learn, Create, Play!
Scott Drackley earned a bachelors in piano performance from Lebanon Valley College and a Masters degree in piano performance and vocal accompanying from the Catholic University of America. He specializes in working with students, both young and adult, who are having problems with tension or pain while they are playing. He also specializes in interpretive coaching for advanced literature. He also works with pianists coaching young piano accompanist in solo vocal literature.￼ Mr. Drackley taught at Lancaster Catholic High School for 25 years, teaching Music Theory and Advanced Placement Music Theory, History of Music, American Popular Music, and Introduction to Humanities. He also conducted numerous choirs and chamber ensembles, as well as conducting or directing the musicals and plays. Mr. Drackley has also conducted, directed, and music directed many musicals and operas within Central Pennsylvania and beyond. He has held the position of Choir Director and Organist for 12 years at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. Mr. Drackley is the Founder & Artistic Director of Penn Square Music Festival, Lancaster’s exciting new opera festival, and the Founder of Penn Square Music Conservatory.
Audrey Rutt is a native of Elizabethtown and returns to the area after completing degrees from the University of Oklahoma and Cedarville University, where she studied piano with Dr. Jeongwon Ham and Dr. Charles Clevenger and was mentored in pedagogy by Dr. Barbara Fast, Dr. Jane Magrath, and Connie Anderson. She has also had the privilege of performing in masterclasses with distinguished artists Dr. Logan Skelton and Dr. Alan Chow.
Audrey is an active performer, most recently performing the Schumann piano concerto with the OU symphony orchestra and achieving 1st prize at the Oklahoma MTNA Young Artist solo competition. She has also received several awards and scholarships for her teaching, and is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) through the US Music Teacher’s National Association.