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Morgan Kelly Moss

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Morgan Moss

Biography

Morgan Kelly Moss (b. 3 October 2000, Allentown, Penn.) is an American student, teacher, pianist and composer.

Ms. Moss has been playing piano and studying music since she was three, and is currently [2020] a composition and piano performance double major at Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance in Philadelphia, Penn. She studies composition with Prof. Jan Krzywicki, studies piano under world renowned pianist Sara Davis Buechner, and has worked with many others such as Charles Abramovic, Timur Moustokimov, Emiko Edwards, and Dennis Varley.

Recently (2020), Ms. Moss has won the Chester County Community Band Competition Contest and was the youngest person at 19 and first woman to have won this competition. Moss is also very active in film score, and has composed for four award-winning short films in her years so far at Temple University.

She is also very proud to be a teacher of piano, theory, and voice at the music studio of Patricia Keith in Boyertown, Penn. Moss is very passionate about music and would like to share this joy with as many people as she can, whether it is through listening, teaching, or collaborating.

Ms. Moss plans to graduate from Temple in 2022 and continue her studies as a composer and pianist at the graduate level.


Works for Winds


Resources

  • Morgan Moss, personal correspondence, December 2020
  • Morgan Moss website Accessed 5 January 2021