Morgan Goff is based in London where he works extensively as a chamber and solo violist. He is currently the violist of the Kreutzer Quartet, working closely with composers including Judith Weir, Robert Saxton and the Kreutzer Quartet who are the dedicatees of well over two hundred works for string quartet and have recorded cycles of quartets by Roberto Gerhard, David Matthews, Michael Tippett, Antonin Reicha, Michael Finnissy, Thomas Simaku, and Jeremy Dale Roberts, among others. Morgan Goff also has a busy performing and recording schedule with numerous chamber ensembles in London, including the Gavin Bryars Ensemble, the Locrian Ensemble, the Fiorini Trio, the English Piano Trio and the London Sinfonietta. He works closely with Raphael Terroni, with whom he has performed and recorded much of the English viola repertoire. His instrument is a Daniel Parker viola, London, 1715.