DMA Student in Wind Conducting
BME, MM, Baylor University
Hannah Morrison is a music educator and conductor from Houston, Texas, pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Wind Conducting at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory. Hannah serves as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Conservatory Bands, studying conducting with Steven D. Davis. Previously, Hannah completed her Master of Music in Conducting and Bachelor of Music Education at Baylor University, studying conducting with Dr. Eric J. Wilson and horn with Jeffrey Powers and Kristy Morrell.
Hannah has worked extensively with ensembles of all ages, including collegiate wind bands and athletic bands at the UMKC Conservatory and Baylor University. Prior to pursuing her master’s degree, Hannah served as the Associate Band Director at Lamar Middle School in Lewisville, Texas where she instructed the beginning brass classes, concert ensembles, and the Marcus High School Band horn section. In the summer of 2022, Hannah was on faculty at the Interlochen Arts Camp, and worked with elementary, intermediate, and advanced musicians.
Hannah thoroughly enjoys performing horn and continues to participate in wind bands, orchestras, and horn ensembles. Additionally, she won a position in the 2014 Disneyland All-American College Band, spending the summer working with guest artists such as Wayne Bergeron and John Clayton.
Hannah is passionate about cultivating community through music-making and believes that music education should be available to all. She continues to foster this belief by creating lasting relationships and making exquisite music.