Ronan Scolard hails from Dublin, Ireland, where he has made a name for himself as both a composer and a vocalist. He pursued his passion for music at Trinity College Dublin, initially focusing on Classical Music. Subsequently, he expanded his academic horizons, earning a postgraduate degree in Music Technology and a master’s degree in composition.

Ronan’s musical journey has taken him across the globe as an arranger and touring artist. He has lent his talents to various renowned groups and artists, including Adele, Celtic Woman, Riverdance, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Utah Symphony Orchestra, and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. He has also collaborated with notable performers like Mark Feehily, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Wallis Bird, and Mairéad Carlin, among others. Ronan’s performances have graced diverse venues such as the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater, The Ellen DeGeneres TV Show, Carnegie Hall, and the prestigious Royal Albert Hall.

Moreover, Ronan is an integral part of Trinity, a dynamic Irish Crossover vocal group. Trinity’s journey gained momentum after their debut PBS special, “Trinity: Classically Irish,” aired in North America during the Spring of 2022. They have since embarked on extensive tours in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

Beyond his vocal prowess, Ronan Scolard has also made significant contributions as a composer. He spent several years deeply entrenched in London’s film music scene, collaborating with industry leaders at legendary studios like Abbey Road Studios and AIR Studios. Additionally, Ronan holds the role of Director of Admissions at the Film Scoring Academy of Europe and is a valued faculty member specializing in Composition and Orchestration.