Morgan Mastrangelo is a concert and stage artist based in Boston, MA. In concert, they sang the tenor solo in Handel's Messiah with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic Orchestra and have made repeated appearances with Bach in Baltimore, singing the solos and ensembles in BWV 4, 140, and 182. Other concert credits include the tenor solos in Rossini's Petit Messe Solenelle (Opera Saratoga), Verdi's Requiem, (Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church), and Orff's Carmina Burana — their solo debut at Carnegie Hall — with the New England Symphonic Ensemble.
On the operatic stage, Morgans’ 2023 season included role and company debuts with Wichita Grand Opera (Count Almaviva, Il Barbiere di Siviglia), The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players (Frederic, The Pirates of Penzance) and City Lyric Opera (Gastone, La Traviata)
Morgan sings frequently in professional choirs throughout the east coast. Prior to their position at Emmanuel they appeared throughout New York City at Carnegie Hall (American Symphony Orchestra), The Cathedral of St. John the Divine (Early Music New York), and Alice Tully Hall (American Classical Orchestra). In October 2023, they will join the chorus of GRAMMY® Award Winning ensemble Apollo’s Fire for Handel’s Israel in Egypt — their New York Philharmonic debut. They are the recipient of the Dean's Scholarship at New England Conservatory for 2023-2025 and are currently pursuing a Master of Music with Bradley Williams.