Martha Tucker Morgan is an instructor who specializes in violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
As a native of Abilene, Texas, her musical career took off at the age of 5 when she decided that she needed to learn to play the violin. She was very active in church music groups and her city’s youth orchestra during middle and high school.
Ms. Morgan attended Cisco College in Cisco, TX where she graduated in 2002 with an Associate of Arts degree. She went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, TX where she studied violin, chamber music, and orchestra under Dr. Peter Isaacson, viola under Dr. Peter Neubert, and pipe organ under Hye-Jean Choi.
Martha began to teach privately while in college and has continued to do so. After college, she served as the Orchestra Director for John Glenn Middle School in San Angelo, TX, Assistant Orchestra Director for Clack Middle School in Abilene, TX, and Orchestra Director for Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School in Dallas, TX.
While Martha teaches at all levels, she has a special fondness for beginners. Many of her students have gone on to achieve success in region orchestra contests as well as solo and ensemble competitions.
In 2017, Martha and her husband Clint, who is the Conservatory’s low brass instructor moved to Crestview Florida. Martha is passionate about teaching and is excited to be serving the community in this capacity.