Morgan Stouffer

 
 
Community Arts Program Instructor
 
 

Bio

Morgan Stouffer is a 2012 graduate of Seton Hill University where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in music therapy; he is currently working toward his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grace College & Seminary. His major instrument while in school was piano, but he also studied organ, jazz piano, guitar, and voice. While in school, Morgan sang in Seton Hill’s production of “The Magic Flute” by Mozart He is currently the choir director and organist for Madison United Methodist Church in Madison and St. Mark's Lutheran Church in New Stanton. Morgan has been singing and playing the piano/organ for the past 14 years and continues to sing with his home church in their yearly Christmas cantata. He has performed (instrumentally and vocally) in various choral ensembles including the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Chorale, the Seton Hill University Choir, the Seton Hill University Chamber Singers, and the Westmoreland Choral Society.

About

Joined Seton Hill: 2013
Hometown: North Huntingdon, PA
Personal Areas of Interest: Reading, walking, and tennis
Academic Areas of Interest: Piano

Certifications

  • Music Therapist, Board Certified (MT-BC)