Morgan Mastrangelo is a tenor currently based in Manhattan. This past summer, they joined Opera Saratoga as a festival artist, where they covered Count Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, sang the tenor solo in Rossini’s Petit Messe Solenelle, as well as the role of Tobias in Sweeney Todd at the Saratoga Performing Arts center, opposite Broadway star Carolee Carmello. Recent appearances on the concert stage include the tenor solos in Verdi’s Requiem with the choir of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church and Handel’s Messiah with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to their solo vocal work, Morgan has appeared with various ensembles on some of New York’s most distinguished stages, including Carnegie Hall (American Symphony Orchestra), Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center (American Classical Orchestra), and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine (Early Music New York). later this month, they will sing the tenor solo in Bach’s BWV 182, with Bach in Baltimore. Morgan is a Metropolitan Opera National Council Encouragement award winner and studied at Northwestern University.