" . . . Alan Morrison knows something about igniting audience passions . . . Morrison's playing is consummate and dazzling.” --Fanfare
Alan Morrison has become one of the most sought-after concert organists of his generation. His concert appearances in some of the most prestigious organ concert venues in North America emphasize his achievements as a young performer and the respect Mr. Morrison has gained in the concert organ world: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts' Alice Tully Hall; The Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas; Spivey Hall in Atlanta; Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary; City Hall Auditorium, Portland, Maine; The Crystal Cathedral in California; Spreckels Organ Pavilion in San Diego, California; The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio; and numerous others.
In addition to extensive solo and orchestral performances throughout the United States, Mr. Morrison has also performed in Brazil, Canada, Germany, and Italy. He has the distinct honor of having been chosen by his peers to perform for three national conventions of the American Guild of Organists (Atlanta '92, New York City '96, Philadelphia '02), and has won top prizes in numerous competitions, among them the Silver Medal at the Calgary International Organ Festival and First Prize in both the Mader and Poister National Organ Competitions. In 1999, he was chosen to be the featured recitalist and clinician for the Montreat Conference on Worship and Music, where he performed solo recitals and conducted 18 master classes. He has given numerous AGO sponsored master classes throughout the USA as well as in Canada. As a recording artist, Mr. Morrison has recorded seven critically acclaimed CDs for Gothic Records, ACA Digital Recording, and DTR. These and other concert performances are regularly featured on American Public Media's Pipedreams, NPR's Performance Today, and radio stations throughout many countries.