Morgan Elliott began playing violin at the age of 10 in her hometown of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She started taking private violin lessons shortly thereafter.
Morgan attended Florida State University where she graduated in 2012. Throughout college, she taught violin lessons in the community, performed with string quartets and her church worship band. Morgan also completed studio recordings for colleagues and friends.
In the Fall of 2013, Morgan was appointed as Associate Concertmaster of the Williamson County Symphony Orchestra. Morgan says “it’s always a pleasure to bring fantastic, free concerts each season to the local public audiences of Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park and Hutto.” For more information about the orchestra, please visit the Williamson County Symphony website.
Each violin student Morgan works with has a unique learning style, which allows her to customize the lesson according to the student’s needs. During the summer of 2015, Morgan completed the teacher training program for the Suzuki Violin Method. She is now a registered teacher in “Every Child Can!” and “Suzuki Violin Book One.” Other teaching methods she is familiar with include Essential Elements for Strings, Solos for Young Violinists, You Can Teach Yourself Fiddling, Essential Scales and Studies for Violin, Carl Flesch Scale System, Kreutzer 42 Studies for Violin, etc.
When Morgan is not teaching lessons, she enjoys performing as the fiddle player with her two bands, The Kale Stephens Trio & Jeremy Boothe and The Wanderers.Back to Classes & Teachers>