Bryce Morrison is considered among the world's leading authorities on piano performance.  He is a professor of keyboard literature and performance at The Royal Academy of Music and is a visiting professor at the Birmingham Conservatoire, Chetham's School of Music, The Royal Northern School of Music and The Texas Conservatoire for Young Artists.

Bryce has given master-classes worldwide and has been a jury member of over fifty International Piano Competitions.

He has broadcast extensively for the BBC,  and in 1999 gave a marathon thirty-two lectures and master-classes at the Mannes School of Music in New York before continuing as a guest Professor at The University of California in Santa Barbara.

He has made over fifty contributions to the most recent edition of Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, holds five degrees in music and literature and was recently awarded an honorary ARAM at the Royal Academy of Music.