Morrison began her musical studies at Drury University then completed the Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Oklahoma Baptist University. She then continued her studies at University of North Texas where she received the Master of Music degree in Voice with an emphasis in Opera. Becky has earned the Master of Music in Music Education degree from Boston University where, in 2007, she was a Tanglewood Scholar. In recognition of her academic efforts, she has received the Brancati Teacher Development Scholarship from the Cape Coral (Florida) Community Foundation, the Criswell Scholarship from the Ada (Oklahoma) Arts Council, the Williams Music Scholarship from Phi Lambda Theta, the Graduate Student Music Education Scholarship and a Career Development Grant from Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity to further her studies. In March, 2008 she presented a round table discussion based on her research paper “Current Problems Facing Funding in Music Education” at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development’s Conference Arts Education – to what end?. In keeping with her philosophy of nurturing younger musicians, Becky has taught private voice since 1986. Staying current with the latest research and teaching techniques, Becky has continued her education by studying at the Voice Symposium hosted by Voice Care Associates and the University of Tennessee, with Judith Clurman at the Julliard School and with the world renowned voice teacher, Richard Miller at the Institute of Vocal Performance Pedagogy held at Oberlin College-Conservatory of Music,.
Becky Morrison currently teaches on the music faculty of East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma; and previously was taught at Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas and Missouri Baptist University, St. Louis, Missouri. Mrs. Morrison is nearing completion of the Doctor of Music Arts degree at the University of Oklahoma where she is majoring in voice.