Flutist Morgann Davis is an active performer and teacher who is passionate about music education and musician’s wellness. Professor Davis performs regularly with ensembles including the Allegro Orchestra Lancaster, Berks Sinfonietta, Reading Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, Kennett Symphony and Lancaster Symphony. Through her private studio, Davis Flute Studio, she is able to create an encouraging and inventive environment for learning for beginning students through adults. She has previously been on faculty at Maranatha University and has taught at The Ohio State University Flute Workshop, UW-Whitewater Flute Camp, and Pocono Flute Society Flute Camp. Professor Davis has performed throughout the US with orchestras such as the Dubuque Symphony and Madison Symphony, as well as in Europe and Canada in various recital series. She has helped to promote an innovative approach to the arts as a member of the National Flute Association’s Career and Artistic Development committee and has also served as an adjudicator for the NFA’s high school young artist competition.
She has invested in music education in her community as the previous program director of the NextGEN Youth Music program in Lancaster, PA, and has created educational community programs like Story Soundtracks, which partnered with the Lancaster County Public Library to encourage young students in the connections between music and reading. Professor Davis is a 200hr registered yoga teacher and enjoys helping musicians explore the mind-body connection to improve their wellbeing and performance. She holds degrees in music performance from The Ohio State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison and did post-graduate study on scholarship in Paris and Courchevel, France. www.morgannelycedavis.com