Morgan Jones


Originally from northern Canada, Morgan Jones has studied, performed, and taught music all over the world. He studied with Susan Young while completing a Masters in Vocal Performance at the University of Victoria, and also collaborated with Janos Sandor, John Celona, and Tony Booker in a variety of concerts during his time in Victoria including singing the tenor solos in Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Coronation Mass and Requiem, and Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire. Upon moving to London, ON to work on his PhD, Morgan enjoyed a long performance history with pianist Stephen Holowitz, presenting concerts ranging from Vaughan Williams to contemporary jazz and blues. Morgan subsequently lived in Ukraine for five years and southern Africa for three, teaching vocal and band music at international schools before returning to Vancouver Island last year. He now teaches voice, history, and theory at Motif Music Studios in Courtenay, and is excited to take to the stage once again with the Schooner Cove Singers.