I do lots of different music, in many genre, in many capacities. The following bios have been approved for press useage. Feel free to use the one that most closely matches your needs. If you needs something else, just contact me!
(Classical) Mark Morgan, baritone, has performed in opera, oratorio, operetta, and early music all over the country. Recent engagements have included the chamber concerts Appalachian Voices and The Great War at 100 with New England Light Opera, a Leonard Bernstein tribute with Boston Singers Resource, appearances with the early music ensembles Cappella Clausura and A Joyful Noyse. He has sung major roles with New England Light Opera (Yes, Yes, Jeanette!, Victor Herbert and Franz Lehar concerts), Ocean State Opera (The Gondoliers), Ohio Light Opera (The Song of Norway,The Gondoliers, Robinson Crusoe), Colorado Lyric Theater Festival (The Pirates of Penzance), and Longwood Opera (Bernstein tribute) He has also area solo appearances with the Bostonians, Opera Boston, the Paul Madore Chorale, Newburport Choral Society, Newton Community Chorus, and various area churches. Recordings include the original musical Smooth Sailing, Yes, Yes Jeanette! A Musical Fantasy on Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy (New England Light Opera) and Daniel Pinkham's Garden Party (Albany Records). Mr. Morgan is a native of Wisconsin, and a graduate of Macalester College and the Eastman School of Music.
(Musical Theater) Mark Morgan, baritone, has appeared in musical theater, cabaret, and operetta all over the country. He has performed major roles with New England Light Opera (Yes, Yes, Jeannette!, Heart and Soul, and many more) Lyric Stage Company of Boston (Assassins, Sunday in the Park With George), Seacoast Repertory Theatre (Camelot), Longwood Opera (Bernstein tribute), Ocean State Opera (The Gondoliers), Colorado Lyric Theater Festival (The Fantastiks, The Pirates of Penzance), and Ohio Light Opera (The Gondoliers, Robinson Crusoe.) An active musical theater composer and arranger he has created 7 musical revues exploring the Great American Songbook and original musical Smooth Sailing. Mark is a native of Wisconsin, and a graduate of Macalester College and the Eastman School of Music.
(other) Mark Morgan is an active singer and instrumentalist in a variety of genre. he is the leader of the River Rock Band, a collective of singers and instrumentalists exploring new avenues of music in progressive Christian worship. RRB plays in a huge range of styles from Celtic to gospel, jazz to folk, world to rock, and everything in between. Mark is also an active performer in musical theater, operetta, opera, oratorio, and early music for ensembles all over the country. In addition, Mark is an active conductor and composer/arranger. A native of Wisconsin is a graduate of Macalester College and the Eastman School of Music.
Mark D. Morgan has conducted choral music, orchestras, musical theater, and operetta for organizations all over the country for the past 25 years. Recent works have included Morten Lauriden's Lux Aeterna, Bernstein's Chichester Pslams, Bach’s Cantata #61 and Brandenburg Concerto #3, Handel’s Wedding Cantata Sing Unto God, Conrad Susa’s Lullabies and Carols, the Brahms’ Requiem, and the Haydn Creation. Operetta appearances have included The New Moon (New England Light Opera) and The Pirates of Penzance (Salem State Theater.) He is currently the Director of Music at Hancock Church in Lexington, Massachusetts and serves as the Artistic Director of New England Light Opera. Mr. Morgan is a native of Wisconsin, and a graduate of Macalester College and the Eastman School of Music.