Tenor Michael Morrow's most recent appearances include performances of Verdi's Luisa Miller (Rodolfo) in concert with Dell'Arte Opera Ensemble, and Otello (Roderigo) with Wichita Grand Opera. While a student of famed teacher Bill Schuman at Philadelphia's Academy of Vocal Arts, he was seen as Baron Eisenstein in Strauss' Die Fledermaus and as Mayor Upfold in Albert Herring. With Oklahoma Opera and Musical Theater Company, Michael portrayed Ferrando (Cosi fan Tutte) and Valere in their production of Tartuffe. At Sarasota Opera, Michael covered Otumbo in Verdi's Alzira. With Metropolitan Lyric Theater, he appeared as Riccardo in Un Ballo in Maschera. Michael spent last summer as a member of the Mediterranean Opera Studio where he coached roles with famed Tenors Salvatore Fisichella and Marcello Giordani.
Following an extended distraction involving a family crisis and the learning of a series of Life Lessons, Michael is happy to return to his career.
This Spring Michael will have a role debut of Canio in Leoncavallo's I Pagliacci with Brooklyn's Regina Opera. A native Kansan, he is a graduate of The Wichita State University. A student of David Jones and Jack LiVigni, he makes his homes, depending when you catch him, both in Wichita and in New York City.
A native Kansan, Michael Morrow is a graduate of The Wichita State University.