Scott Cranston has established and built a successful business in Real Estate with Keller Williams Prestige Properties in Fairfield County, CT inspired by his passion to connect, inspire, and bring people together. Scott is a Fairfield County re-location expert in part due to his numerous years of residency, professional networks, and passion for this area of the country. The ability to work for himself while drawing on his personal and professional experiences creates limitless opportunities for his clients and has fueled his passion for the real estate industry. He also lives by the Keller Williams motto which is “to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, lives worth living, experiences worth giving, and legacies worth leaving.” Scott Cranston moved to Fairfield County, CT in 1999 to establish his career as a musician, music educator, and music contractor after earning his Master's Degree from the Yale School of Music.
Scott’s success in music performance includes his current Principal Trombone positions with the New Haven and Bridgeport Symphony Orchestras. His resume includes performances with the New York City Ballet Orchestra, “The Lion King” and “Cats” on Broadway, as well as performances with popular artists including Aretha Franklin, Dave Brubeck, Barry Manilow, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra Jr., and The Temptations. Scott enjoyed a very successful 27-year career as a music educator in the New Canaan, Darien, and Redding Public Schools. Many of his students are successful professional orchestral and jazz musicians, music educators, and his students and ensembles won many National, State, and local awards of excellence.
Scott has also created a successful career as the musician Personnel Manager for the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Yale School of Drama, and the Summer Theatre of New Canaan. Scott’s experience as a Warden at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Fairfield, CT, youth baseball and soccer coach, and current high school baseball umpire helped form his identity as a person of knowledge, fairness, and compassion. He is married to his wife, Tracey, and they have three adult children who have successful careers in marketing and active service in the United States Army both domestically and abroad.