Matt Morgan

Having the distinction of making debuts at three of the four theaters at New York’s Lincoln Center, Matt Morgan has established himself as a tenor to watch. His New York debut came as Don Gomez in Weber’s Die drei Pintos with Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra. Since his debuts in New York, he has been a frequent return guest as a principal tenor with New York City Opera and the National Chorale. Mr. Morgan recently created the leading role of Charles Drouet for the world premiere recording of Aldridge and Garfein’s Sister Carrie which was named one of the top five new works of 2018 by Opera News. He can also be seen on multiple PBS television specials including Matt Morgan in Concert, Opera Masters, and Opera Louisiane.
Last season saw him as the tenor soloist in Hadyn’s Lord Nelson Mass, as well as concerts of opera and musical theatre favorites with the Crested Butte Performing Arts Center, Music Director for Apex Theatre’s Chicago and Vocal Director for the University of Florida’s upcoming production of Pippin.