Kerry Morgiewicz earned her B.M. degree in piano performance from James Madison University, summa cum laude, and her M.M. degree in piano performance from the University of Memphis. While studying at the University of Memphis, she performed Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with the University Orchestra, performed as vocalist, organist, and harpsichordist with the Collegium Musicum (early music ensemble), served as keyboardist for the Contemporary Chamber Players, and performed various works for the annual Contemporary Music Festival. She also volunteered as a piano teacher at a Saint Jude Outpatient Care Facility.
Morgiewicz is currently teaching piano at Hollins where she is the coordinator of the Hollins Music Academy. She also works as the staff accompanist, and the music director for theatre productions at Hollins. Outside of Hollins, she works with Southwest Virginia Ballet to bring music and dance into Roanoke City elementary schools. Morgiewicz has been the music director at the Unitarian Church in Roanoke since 2003.