Peter graduated with a Master of Sacred Music from Emory University and also earned a Bachelor of Music, Pipe Organ Performance from Syracuse University. His principal organ teachers have included Timothy Albrecht, Peter Wright, Katharine Pardee and Barclay Wood. His primary conducting studies have been with Adrian Lucas. Peter was awarded the Arthur Poister Prize, Emory University Research Grant, and a Mark and Pearle Clements Internship Award allowing his first four month summer of observation and performance based at Worcester Cathedral in England. While in England he assisted in BBC recordings, preformed within the Three Choirs Festival and participated in a choir tour of Ireland and many other recitals at cathedrals and festivals.Most recently, Peter has performed with the Jacksonville Symphony, EMMA Concert Series, Memorial Presbyterian Organ Series, Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Augustine, Saint Anastasia Catholic Church, Emory University and led a EMMA concert-lecture with his wife Helen.
Mr. Morin was appointed to the Diocese of St. Augustine Liturgy Commission in 2014 and Music Director of the Eucharistic Congress Mass in 2016. He is an active member of the American Guild of Organists, Royal School of Church Musicians and the National Association of Pastoral Musicians.
Peter loves the Saint Anastasia community. He aims for every parish family to be involved in the music-making, allowing the participatory energy to be the catalyst in following God’s call in our lives and in our worship together. He loves spending time at the ocean, composing, and taking his children to the beach.