Carol Morgan is a jazz trumpeter, composer, author and college professor residing in Manhattan. Originally from Texas, she is a Juilliard graduate who has worked with many remarkable teachers including: Chris Gekker, Mark Gould, Ingrid Jensen, and Dennis Dotson.
Carol's discography includes two CDs as a leader, Classic Morgana
and Passing Time with the Carol Morgan Quintet
, as well as filling side person roles on releases by DIVA Jazz Orchestra, Hawk-Richard Jazz Orchestra, NPR's The Engines of Our Ingenuity," Henry Darragh, Thomas Helton and Calvin Owens. As a composer, she has been commissioned by DiverseWorks, the Michele BrangwenDance Ensemble, the Arch-diocese of Houston/Galveston and St. Thomas Presbyterian Church, Houston.
In 2008, Carol authored what is now a highly-regarded method for the study of jazz improvisation in a textbook entitled, The Practicing Improviser. Currently, Carol leads her own trio, which features bassist Harvie S and Rich DeRosa on drums, and is a member of the New York-based DIVA Jazz Orchestra.
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