Olympia, WA based pianist, composer, recording artist, radio host, and film composer, Scott Cossu has been performing worldwide since 1980, and was one of the first artists to join the Windham Hill Record Label started by Will Ackerman. While on the label for 19 years before Windham Hill was sold to Sony, Cossu received stellar reviews for his 10 chart topping albums, and toured with label mates such as Michael Hedges, Alex De Grassi, George Winston, and others. He has performed around the world and has very fond memories of sold out shows
in Spain, Canada, Costa Rica, England, Chile, Italy, and Germany, as well as many in the US, and his compositions have been included on dozens of Windham Hill samplers.
Scott graduated from the Ohio University School of Music, as well as from the University of Washington with a degree in Ethnomusicology. In 1990, Scott received the NAMA Music Award for Best New Age music act. In 2000, Scott was given the “Achievement in Music Award” from Ohio University, an honor given once a year to an OU graduate who has made outstanding contributions in Music. He was thrilled to find out in 2010, that the world’s largest printed music publisher, Hal Leonard, published a solo piano songbook which included Scott’s composition, Purple Mountain where he is in good company being included with artists such as John Lennon, Beethoven, and Duke Ellington.
Scott's album “Safe in Your Arms” was nominated for Best Piano with Instrumentation 2015 by Zone Music Reporter, and he has been nominated twice by One World Music Radio for a Lifetime Achievement Award. "Memories of Water and Light" reached number #3 on the Zone Music Reporter Top 10 Chart and was rated #3 by Textura as Best New Age Album 2020.
Scott continues to perform and compose new music, tour, and enjoy life with his family in the Pacific Northwest.