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John Morgan

John Morgan


John Morgan has a passion for music education and performance and believes in bringing out the best in musicians, vocal groups, and individual artists he works with by creating a working environment that fosters learning, creativity, musical development, collaboration, and fun. John focuses on directing multi-genre vocal groups, as well as delivering full-service music direction for local artists, corporations, and events through his studio, Morgan Music, in Calgary. He is a conductor, organist, pianist, recording engineer, and published composer and arranger whose work has been performed by groups across North America, including the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.

Garrett  Banfield

Garrett Banfield


Garrett Banfield is a high school student and an aspiring music director, composer and producer.  His passion for music drives his desire to excel as he gains both an education and hands-on experience in the music industry.  He is training to direct a wide variety of vocal and instrumental groups and teach a variety of music from classical to rock. Additionally he is currently taking a mount royal course in choral conducting under Andrea Ciona, royal conservatory piano under Linda kundert-Stoll and conducting the congregation in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Cass Bessette

Cass Bessette


Cass is a choral composer, arranger, and conductor working toward their BMus in Composition at the University of Calgary. They have been involved in the YYC choral community for nearly a decade, performing and directing with several local ensembles including Cum Vino Cantus, Mount Royal Kantorei, Youth Singers of Calgary, and Artio. They have also had the honour of working with major artists such as Tanya Tagaq, Chris Hadfield, The Tenors, Joshua Rist, and Eric Whitacre.'



Artist & Indigenous Consultant

Akina, a talented Cree singer, gained widespread fame by performing "O Canada" in Cree at a National Hockey League game between the Calgary Flames and the Vancouver Canucks on February 3, 2007. This historic performance marked the first time in Canadian history that the national anthem had been sung in an Indigenous language at a major league sporting event. Her rendition was not only a significant cultural milestone but also captivated the audience, earning her national recognition.

Akina is managed by Morgan Music. For rates or to book please email

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