Morgan Luttig, Ph.D. is an active conductor, music educator, and clinician. She is the Director of Choral Activities at The University of Alabama where she directs the university choirs and teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in choral conducting and techniques. She also serves as Associate Editor of Recording Reviews for the National Collegiate Choral Organization's (NCCO) publication, The Choral Scholar and American Choral Review.
Luttig earned her Ph.D. in Music Education - Choral Conducting from Florida State University. In the 2020-21 academic year she was named one of six winners of the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award at FSU following nominations by faculty and students for her work with the university choirs and choral music education courses.
Prior to FSU, she was Visiting Choral Director and Visiting Instructor of Music at Washington and Lee University, directing the university choirs and running the Choral Conducting Mentorship Program. She began her teaching career as a K-12 choral and general music educator in Savannah, GA. Luttig is a leader in the American Choral Directors Association, serving multiple honor choir roles at the regional and national levels. She maintains an active conducting and speaking schedule, serving as choral clinician and interest session presenter around the country.