A native of Aliquippa, PA, Morgan Wynn is a trombonist and educator based in Pittsburgh, and is the Director of Educational Outreach in the Brass Roots. She enjoys performing and teaching music of all styles including classical, commercial, jazz, and new music.
As a freelance trombonist, Morgan has performed with the River City Brass Band, the Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, City Music Cleveland, and Resonance Works | Pittsburgh.
Morgan is passionate about sharing music with students of all ages. As an educator and clinician, she has worked with groups such as YMCA Lighthouse, West Virginia University School of Music, Three Rivers Young Peoples Orchestras, and Youth Chamber Connection. Morgan’s favorite part of teaching is introducing students to new genres, and she enjoys working with a small studio of private students.
In 2017 Morgan performed in the American premiere of Sir James MacMillan’s “Gloria” in collaboration with Resonance Works | Pittsburgh. She has been a finalist in the IWBC Ginger Turner Ensemble Competition, and has performed as a soloist with the Dana Symphony Orchestra in Youngstown, OH.
Morgan holds a Master of Music from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Music Education from Youngstown State University, where she was also a University Scholar. Her primary teachers include Rebecca Cherian, Pete Sullivan, Dr. Michael Crist, and John Olsson.