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Canadian pianist Maggie Morrison maintains an active performance, teaching and adjudicating schedule. Maggie is passionate about education and has studied at programs in Italy, France, New York City, The Banff Centre, The Royal Conservatory of Music (Performer’s Diploma, 2004) and at The Cleveland Institute of Music where she graduated with her Bachelors Degree (2012) and Masters Degree (2014). She is currently pursuing her doctorate at the University of Toronto. Maggie continues to make her mark as a music festival adjudicator, critiquing students across Canada and in Hong Kong. She was a guest lecturer at the Kiwanis International Convention in 2016. In 2011, Maggie founded Exposure to the Arts, a Brantford-based not for profit program. Through this program, an instrument donation initiative (Play it Forward) was developed, which collected and redistributed instruments into Brantford based homes which would otherwise not have them. She also established a five-day noncompetitive music festival, the Brantford Canadian Showcase, held annually at the end of November for community musicians to perform and receive feedback for their performances of Canadian composers music. Maggie lives in Toronto.
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