Key to Change featured on Eric’s Heroes on KOMO 4 TV!


Key to Change’s students and executive director and founder, Dr. Quinton Morris, was interviewed for Eric’s Heroes. The show profiles people who are making a difference in the Seattle area, but the show also has a national and international reach. Dr. Morris was honored to share the story of Key to Change and how world-class […]

Students dazzle and shine with the Seattle Symphony

students dazzle seattle symphony

Last Tuesday, our students took center stage and delivered outstanding solo performances with the Seattle Symphony—an achievement akin to a student-athlete stepping on the field with the Mariners or Seahawks. Our students performed solos with the symphony orchestra, a Pre-Concert Recital, and with orchestra members in an epic performance at the conclusion of the event. […]

Our students Avi, Eden, and Madison performed for First Lady Dr. Jill Biden last week

Last Friday, three of our exceptional violin students had the honor to meet and perform for Dr. Jill Biden, the first lady of the United States! A true champion of education and an accomplished teacher herself, Dr. Biden’s presence was an inspiration to all. This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for our students and their families. […]

Three Student Violinists Selected to Make Solo Debut with Seattle Symphony

From Left to Right: Back row-Noah Geller (Concertmaster of Seattle Symphony & Key to Change violin instructor), Jeremy Jolley (Director of Education at Seattle Symphony), Eden Pawlos (Key to Change competition winner) and Raff Wilson (Vice-President of Artistic Planning at Seattle Symphony). Middle and front rows – Sunny Xia (Assistant Conductor of Seattle Symphony), Avi […]

Students Win Big Prizes at Solo String Festival

Eden Pawlos received first place in the Jessie Montgomery Competitive Division and the Key to Change Concerto Competition. She will make her solo debut with the Seattle Symphony, Federal Way Symphony, and Northwest Symphony Orchestra this fall. This past weekend, May 5-7, students from the Key to Change Studio competed in the annual Solo String […]

Key to Change on New Day NW

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Key to Change violin student Avi Spillers performed Seitz Violin Concerto no. 2 in G major with Mr. Geoffrey Lui on piano and Dr. Quinton Morris, our founder, spoke with Host Amity Addrisi on New Day NW on King 5 on Monday, May 1, 2023. They appeared on television to promote the upcoming Solo String […]

Dr. Quinton Morris Honored by Berklee College of Music

“Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee recognized four graduates at the annual Alumni Achievement Awards, held on March 30 at the Westin Copley Place. Receiving the honor for 2023: Amie Doherty M.M. ’13, Tommy Torres B.M. ’93, Quinton Morris B.M. ’04, and Courtney Harrell B.M. ’01. The honorees join a list of […]

Seattle Symphony concertmaster appointed to teach underserved violin and viola students  

Noah Geller holding a violin

For immediate release November 7, 2022   For more information, please contact:  Shelby Denckla, Executive Assistant & Office Manager  425.970.3540 [email protected]    Seattle Symphony concertmaster appointed to teach underserved violin and viola students   Noah Geller, concertmaster of the Seattle Symphony joins the string faculty of Key to Change Studio as violin instructor “I’m so thrilled […]