Adrian Morejon joined the Conservatory in 2009 and teaches in the woodwinds and classical contemporary music programs.
Praised for his "teeming energy" and "precise control" by The New York Times and having "every note varnished to a high gloss" by The Boston Globe, New York-based bassoonist Adrian Morejon has established himself as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician.
As a soloist, Morejon has appeared in New York, Boston, Vienna, Prague, Memphis, and Miami with the Talea Ensemble, IRIS Orchestra, Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), and the Miami Symphony. Morejon will be featured in a recording of Harold Meltzer's Full Faith and Credit, double concerto for two bassoons and string orchestra, to be released by BMOP/Sound. An active chamber musician, Morejon is a member of the Dorian Wind Quintet, Talea Ensemble, and Radius Ensemble. He has appeared with such groups as the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), the St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, Imani Winds, and as a guest artist with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Boston Chamber Music Society, Chamber Music Northwest, Essex Winter Series, the Portland Chamber Music Festival, and the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival.
An experienced orchestral musician, Morejon is co-principal of IRIS Orchestra and has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Orchestra of St. Luke's, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, The Knights, and others.
Morejon was a recipient of Theodore Presser Foundation Grant, second prize of the Fox-Gillet International Competition, and a shared top prize at the Moscow Conservatory International Competition. Morejon completed graduate studies at the Yale School of Music, studying with Frank Morelli. Prior to this, Morejon studied bassoon with Bernard Garfield and harpsichord with Lionel Party at the Curtis Institute of Music.