Morgan Scagliotti joined the Powers faculty in 2009. She enjoys a varied career as an orchestra musician, violin teacher, and ensemble director/conductor. Her previous orchestra positions include the Portland Symphony in Portland, Maine and the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra. As a soloist, she has performed concerti by Lalo, Bruch, Mozart, and Saint-Saens with orchestras in Kansas and Missouri and has won solo competitions in Michigan and Boston, Massachusetts. In 2010 she was a winner of the Graduate Division Solo Bach Competition at Boston University which culminated in a performance of Sonata No. 3 by J.S. Bach. As an orchestral musician, she has performed with esteemed conductors such as Michael Tilson Thomas and Christoph Eschenbach at the Pacific Music Festival in Japan and served as a fellow for two years at Kent/Blossom Music Festival and Spoleto Festival USA. She currently is music director of the Mostly Mozart Chamber Ensemble, based in B’nai Shalom Synagogue in Westborough, Massachusetts and teaches instrumental and general music in the Melrose School District in Melrose, Massachusetts. Morgan holds degrees from Cleveland Institute of Music, Boston University, and Boston Conservatory at Berklee and a license to teach K-12 music in Massachusetts.
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