Andrew Morgan

Bass Guitar, Cello, Guitar, Piano



Andrew Morgan BA, R.E.C.E.

Andrew studied Violoncello at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, the electric and fretless electric bass at Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology and majored in music at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He also did piano studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music also in Toronto.

Andrew’s vocal musical endeavors have taken him to the stage of Ottawa’s N.A.C. where he sang in the OPERA chorus for the OPERA LYRAS 1998 production of Verdi’s “AIDA”. Andrew worked on a volunteer basis as the bassist and band leader for the Sunnybrook Big Band and also as bassist for
two years in Paul Robson’s “”Swing Machine”. Both of these were 16 piece “big bands” which played music of the1930’s through the 1970’s. Both bands were based in Toronto, Ontario. During his third year of Jazz studies at Humber College (Toronto Ontario), Andrew organized and led and performed as
bass player in The Crows Nest Quartet which performed regularly at York University in Toronto.

His diverse background has taken him into the realm of MIDI music composition also into music education. He has played Soca and Reggae with
the Ottawa band “HOT ICE”, and Andrew Morgan was also keyboard player for the reggae and world music sensation, GALAXY, based in Ottawa, Canada and was also a bass, cello and guitar teacher at the Manotick School of Music for
seven years. He has performed as a “sideman” and recorded, in Ottawa.
Andrew has played bass for the The Kingston Ceili Band and he currently plays cello in the Quinte Symphony, Belleville’s regional orchestra and occasionally can be heard at Local Open Blues Jams on keyboards, bass or guitar at the Kingston R.C.H.A. club or playing keyboards with Kingston guitar/vocalist, Shane Dunne.

Andrew is a Registered Early Childhood Educator and he is also currently on staff at Renaissance Music, teaching Piano and Cello.


NAME  |  Andrew Morgan

ADDRESS  |  1057 Midland Ave, Kingston, ON K7P 2X8

PHONE  |  613-384-9225



The Tragically Hip started its own music festival, Another Roadside Attraction, in 1993. The first event was held in Winnipeg and featured the Hip, Midnight Oil, Crash Vegas, Hothouse Flowers and Daniel Lanois.

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