Bryan Morgan (b. 1988, Birmingham, AL) is a music educator, composer, and arranger that has written musical literature for groups such as orchestra, band, choir, and chamber ensembles.

Morgan earned a Bachelors of Arts degree in Music with a concentration in composition from Duke University. During his time at Duke, he played the clarinet in the Duke University Wind Symphony under the direction of Dr. Verena Moesenbichler-Bryant. In his last semester with the ensemble, he was named principal clarinetist. He studied composition under Dr. Anthony Kelley and Professor Stephen Jaffe who taught him how to explore the world of creating music in depth. Some of the compositions performed during his collegiate career included his woodwind quintet Flutey Pebble (2008), Pannio: Scherzo for Ensemble (2010), Wind Symphony piece Aaron’s Fanfare (2011), and Orchestra piece The Fam Bam (2012).

While studying, Morgan also started at Center on the Offensive Line for the Duke Blue Devil Football Team, where he was named one of the four team captains his senior year.

Morgan earned his Masters in Music Education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where he studied clarinet under Dr. Denise Gainey. He continued to compose music, including a piece for Flutist De’Shaun King’s Duke Senior Recital called Dreams and Reflections (2014).

While getting his masters, Bryan Morgan served as the Official Arranger and Assistant Instructor for the Pride of Chilton County Marching Band in Clanton, AL. and an AFAA certified personal trainer at the Hoover YMCA where he continued his passion to serve people by guiding them to a healthier lifestyle.

He now resides in Mercersburg, PA where he is a member of the Music Faculty at Mercersburg Academy. He is the Director of the Chorale and Jazz Band, Assistant Director of the Concert Band, Digital Music teacher, Defensive Coordinator for the varsity football team during the fall term, Athletic Development Coordinator for the winter sports during the winter term, and Advisor for eight boys in his affiliated dormitory.