Patrick David  Morgan

Patrick Morgan is a harpsichordist and continuo organist in Seattle, Washington whose playing has been described by audiences and colleagues as 'soulful.' He performs with the ensemble Queen City Musicians, a group he co-founded with soprano Julianna Emanski and violinist Reynaldo Patiño, dedicated to the promotion of young artists in the Pacific Northwest through performance of works from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Recent performances have included a semi-staged production of Charpentier's 'Actéon' with Queen City Musicians, John Blow’s masque 'Venus and Adonis,' and Lully/Molière’s comédie-ballet 'Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme' under the direction of Stephen Stubbs at Cornish College of the Arts.

Born in the Philippines and raised in West Virginia, Patrick received a Bachelor's degree in music from West Virginia Wesleyan College. Patrick is the first and only college-educated musician in his family, but his grandfather, George “Dave” Morgan, was a longtime fixture of the West Virginia bluegrass circuit as a fiddler and washtub bassist.

After graduating from Wesleyan, Patrick attended the University of Colorado at Boulder for graduate studies in harpsichord under Elizabeth Farr. Since leaving Colorado in 2008, he has studied privately with harpsichordists Byron Schenkman and Jillon Stoppels Dupree, as well as participated in master classes with Edward Parmentier and Ms. Dupree. After a five-year hiatus from early music and public performance, Patrick completed the Artist Diploma in Early Music program at Cornish College of the Arts in 2013. In addition to study with Mr. Schenkman and Ms. Dupree, he has received continuo coaching from violinist Ingrid Matthews and lutenist/conductor Stephen Stubbs.