Cole Morrison

Cole Morrison is a Double Bassist born and raised in Calgary Alberta. His studies began at the Mount Royal University Music Academy for gifted youth under Mrs. Sheila Garrett. In 2016 he concluded his studies at the University of Calgary under the direction of Mr. Charles Garrett, earning a Bachelor’s Degree with a specialization in Double Bass performance.

In 2016 Cole took on the role of solo Double Bass with Timepoint Ensemble in Calgary Alberta. This position has allowed Cole to bring a wide variety of modern day art music to a new and eager audience in a way that breaks down traditions of days gone by to make way for new methods of artistic and self exploration.

Cole has had the pleasure of performing and teaching all across the country with a multitude of other talented Canadian artists in a wide range of genres. In the summers of 2013 and 2014 Cole was one of the youngest members ever accepted to the National Academy Orchestra in Hamilton, Ontario. The following year he was accepted to the prestigious National Youth Orchestra of Canada under the baton of Maestro Michael Francis. Cole regularly performs with the Saskatoon Symphony, Timepoint Ensemble, Red Deer Symphony, Lethbridge Symphony, Rocky Mountain Symphony, Alberta Winds. He actively maintains multiple smaller projects throughout Western Canada, including but not limited to jazz, folk, funk, rock, metal, and the occasional foray into R&B/hip-hop.