Praised by the Baltimore Sun for her “beguiling musicality,” Ann Marie Morgan is a frequent guest artist on viola da gamba, and has performed in the Bach St. John and St. Matthew Passions with the Philadelphia and Minnesota Orchestras. She has been a guest at numerous Bach Festivals including Oregon, Bethlehem, and Boulder, as well as internationally in Germany, the Czech Republic and Turkey. She has performed with The Cleveland Orchestra as viola da gamba soloist in Bach's St. John Passion and in the Bach St. Matthew Passion with the Colorado and Quad Cities Symphonies. A frequent collaborator with tenor Nicholas Phan, she appeared on viol in concerts at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, at the CRR Auditorium in Istanbul, Turkey, and in a YouTube video (on cello piccolo and viol). This season she joins him in concerts with member of Apollo’s Fire. Also an accomplished baroque cellist, she is featured in flutist Joshua Smith’s recording of the Bach Flute sonatas and chamber sonata from the Musical Offering. Ms Morgan has served on the Early Music faculties of the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University and at the Interlochen Center for the Arts. To see a list of recordings, watch YouTube videos and stay informed of upcoming events and news, please visit her website, stringperformer.com.