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Morgan Reid

Role at Bravo Academy

Social Media Manager


Bachelor of Music, Mount Allison University
Master of Music, University of Toronto
Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Toronto (In Progress)


Morgan Reid is a Nova Scotian-born portfolio artist whose diverse skillset informs her career as a performer, administrator, and academic. Praised as “vocally delightful”, Morgan is a versatile performer of recital, musical theatre, dance, and operatic repertoire. Selected stage highlights include Tytania in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical.

Morgan is an active teacher in both classical and musical theatre repertoire, coaching a wide range of ages and stages in her private studio and at Bravo Academy for the Performing Arts. Morgan brings her interdisciplinary training and performance experience to her teaching, blending a mix of styles, approaches, and techniques. Morgan’s students have successfully completed auditions for Ontario arts high schools, Bachelor of Music programs, and other advanced performing arts programs in Ontario and the Atlantic provinces.

When not performing or in the studio, Morgan frequently works as an arts administrator at various levels within the industry. This has included working with arts organizations and individuals as a freelance social media manager/consultant, and, most recently, as the administrative associate at Dean Artists Management. In 2020-2021, Morgan was chosen as one of the Association for Opera in Canada’s Emerging Artist Fellows, participating in a number of workshops, consultations, and events focussing on administration and the opera industry at large in Canada.

In the Fall of 2020, Morgan began her Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice Performance at the University of Toronto, with a research focus in interdisciplinary performance and movement for singers, studying under Dr. Darryl Edwards. She is a graduate of the Master of Music Voice Performance program at the University of Toronto and Mount Allison University’s Bachelor of Music program.

You can read more about Morgan, her performing, and teaching on her website