Scott Hall is an American jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger, educator, and music producer. He serves as Professor of Instruction and Director of Jazz Studies at Columbia College Chicago. He has recorded several albums with the "Scott Hall Quartet" beginning with Strength in Numbers (1999) featuring 8 original jazz compositions written by Hall.
A Chicago native born in Rockton, Illinois, Hall is an alumnus of Northern Illinois University where he earned a Bachelor of Music degree, and subsequently received a Master of Music degree from DePaul University. He has performed at major venues in worldwide, and performed with several famous jazz artists, including "Jon Faddis, Mel Tormé, Kurt Elling, Benny Carter, Joe Lovano, Lennie Niehaus, Lester Bowie, Roy Hargrove, Marcus Belgrave, Cedar Walton, Dr. Billy Taylor, Johnny Griffin, Ramsey Lewis, the Art Ensemble of Chicago, the Chicago Jazz Ensemble, among others.
- Columbia College Chicago Faculty: Scott Hall, Professor of Instruction, Director of Jazz Studies. Retrieved 6 January 2014.
- 10 Questions with Scott Hall from Chicago Jazz Magazine (15 March 2014). Retrieved 6 January 2014.
- Breton, Marcela. Scott Hall Quartet - Strength in Numbers - Corridor Records in Jazz Times (September 1999). Retrieved 6 January 2014.