Tenor Andrew Morstein recently made his professional operatic debut in Hercules vs. Vampires with the Nashville Opera, after spending four years touring and producing vocal music to great acclaim.
The 2018-2019 season sees Andrew's beginning as a member of the Northwestern University Opera Studio as he pursues his Masters in Music degree in voice and opera.
This November he was seen as Peter Quint with Northwestern University Opera’s Turn of the Screw (dir. Joachim Schamberger). In October 2018, Andrew participated in a masterclass with famed tenor Matthew Polenzani as part of the Tichio Masterclass series. In March of 2019, Andrew will take on the role of Tom Rakewell in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress with NU Opera. May sees Andrew taking on the classic role of Bènèdict in Berlioz’s Bèatrice et Bènèdict with the same studio. Visit the schedule page for more info.
A versatile singer and musician, Andrew is equally comfortable on the jazz or pop stage as he is the opera stage; he has been heard as a soloist at such notable venues as The Greek Theatre, Town Hall (NYC), Wolf Trap, and international stages alike.
Television credits include a nationally televised PBS concert special with the vocal group Gentleman's Rule, with whom he was a music director, arranger, producer, and soloist. He has also appeared on WGN, NBC, and ABC with the same group. Andrew has shared the stage with artists such as: EmmyLou Harris, Rodney Crowell, the Oak Ridge Boys, and Jay Leno, to name a few.
A talented vocal arranger, Mr. Morstein has contributed arrangements to the popular vocal group Straight No Chaser (Atlantic Records), and his work can be found on their most recent holiday album "I'll Have Another... Christmas Edition".
Mr. Morstein is a Metropolitan Opera National Council Encouragement Award winner and a two-time semi-finalist of the Orpheus International Vocal Competition.
the runaway e.p. (2014).
vincent live recording (2018).
live PBS recording with Gentleman's Rule (2014).
the walk (2016)