Scott Senko (b. 1992) is a composer and singer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He completed undergraduate studies at Luther College in 2015 where he studied composition with Brooke Joyce and Steve Smith, and voice with Andrew Whitfield. He has received commissions from The Esoterics, the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus, and the Source Song Festival. He served as Composer-In-Residence with Magnum Chorum 2016-2017 and was selected as winner of Cantus’ 2021 Young & Emerging Composers Competition for his tenor-bass piece “grip.” As a tenor, Scott has sung with a number of vocal ensembles in the Twin Cities. Currently, he sings with The Singers ~ Minnesota Choral Artists, MPLS (imPulse), and the parish choir at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Minneapolis where he serves as Tenor Section Leader.