Morgan Little

Morgan Little, a cellist and historical performance enthusiast, has been immersed in the world of music from an early age, being the child of two classical musicians. Born in Los Angeles, Morgan’s passion for historical performance blossomed during their studies at DePaul University in Chicago, and it has remained a driving force ever since.

Continuing their journey as a dedicated musician, Morgan pursued studies at the renowned Juilliard School on a full-tuition scholarship. At Juilliard, they actively engaged in chamber music and orchestral performances. Notably, Morgan served as the principal cellist with Juilliard 415 during a Scandinavian tour under the guidance of conductor David Hill. Additionally, they contributed as a continuo player for the Juilliard production of Dido and Aeneas, which captivated audiences in New York, London, and Versailles, under the baton of Avi Stein.

Morgan’s talent has been recognized and sought after, leading to invitations to perform multiple cycles on the West Coast with esteemed musicians such as Richard Egarr and Philharmonia Baroque in San Francisco, as well as Seattle Baroque.