Marc-César Scott was a conductor and prolific composer from Monaco. He was the first rehearsal pianist at the Monte Carlo Theatre (1921). In 1929, he became prime conductor, and was chosen by Serge Diaghilev to direct his ballets. Scotto held the position as Director of the Academy of Music in Monaco from 1941 to his death. He participated in the Art Competitions in three Olympics – 1928, 1932 and 1936.
|1928 Summer||Amsterdam||Art Competitions||Mixed Music, Compositions For Orchestra||Monaco||MON||AC|
|1932 Summer||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Music||Monaco||MON||AC|
|1936 Summer||Berlin||Art Competitions||Mixed Music, Compositions For Orchestra||Monaco||MON||AC|
|1932 Summer||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Monaco||Final Standings||AC|
|1928 Summer||Amsterdam||Art Competitions||Monaco||Final Standings||AC||La Course des Torches|
|1936 Summer||Berlin||Art Competitions||Monaco||Final Standings||AC||Hercule offre les Jeux aux peuplades de Monaco|