Morgan Weidinger is a St. Louis-born violinist who also plays piano, guitar, and sings. Although Morgan’s initial training emphasized classical music, she now focuses on writing music. She performs her own songs and creative covers using loop, delay, and bass pedals.
Morgan made her Carnegie Hall debut on the violin at age 14 as a member of her high school Symphonic Orchestra and performed at Alice Tully Hall in 2012. Since then, she has performed at Boston Symphony Hall and most recently at the University of Arizona Stadium to her biggest audience yet of 65,000 NFL fans.
In 2013, Morgan was accepted to Berklee College of Music with a full-tuition scholarship to study Performance. She studies genres across the board with violinists Adam DeGraff, Darol Anger, and Rob Thomas. Morgan performs year-round as a solo and featured musician across the United States.