Morgan Denney (b. 1993) is an American composer and arranger who primarily writes acoustic music for orchestras, chamber groups, and choirs.
A passionate collaborator, she has written for concert settings, film, dance, theater, and educational settings.
In addition to her self-publishing, Morgan has music published by the FJH Music Company, Inc. Her music is frequently described as “imaginative” and “quirky.” She loves to experiment with musical colors, texture, and humor.
Morgan holds a Master's degree in Music Composition from the University of Miami and a Bachelor's degree in Music Composition with honors from the University of Colorado-Boulder. Her primary teachers have included Dorothy Hindman, Daniel Kellogg, Lansing McLoskey, and Carter Pann.
Based in South Florida, Morgan is also the Instrumental Engraver for orchestra and band music at the FJH Music Company, Inc. and is a freelance violinist.
Morgan is a member of BMI and the Society of Composers, Inc.