Raised in State College, Pennsylvania, Arron Scott started his training at the Ballet Theatre of Central Pennsylvania at nine. He has danced on full scholarships at American Ballet Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet School and the School of American Ballet summer programs as well as being 2002-2003 ABT National Training Scholar. Scott trained for two years at the School of American Ballet where he was awarded a Rudolf Nureyev Scholarship.
Scott joined ABT's Studio Company in September 2003 and the main Company as a member of the corps de ballet in April 2004. His roles with the Company include the Bronze Idol and the Head Fakir in La Bayadère, Lead Fieldworker in The Bright Stream, Lead Gypsy in Don Quixote, the Masks in Christopher Wheeldon's VIII, Nocturne in Fall River Legend, Njegus in The Merry Widow, Kolia in A Month in the Country, Harlequin, Chinese Dance, Butler and Majordomo in Alexei Ratmansky's The Nutcracker, a Fairy Knight in The Sleeping Beauty, the Neapolitan Dance in Swan Lake, Eros in Sylvia and leading roles in Airs, Bach Partita, Brief Fling, Company B, Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes, Duets, Dumbarton, Everything Doesn't Happen at Once, Glow-Stop, Gong, In the Upper Room, The Leaves Are Fading, Mozartiana and Symphony #9.
He created a role in the Russian Dance in Ratmansky's The Nutcracker and a role in One of Three.
Mr. Scott's performances at American Ballet Theatre are sponsored by Avery and Andy Barth, in memory of Rudolph Barth.