Tim Morgan is in his final year of the postgraduate course at the Royal College of Music in London where he studies with Ben Johnson and Caroline Dowdle. A Samling Artist, Tim was a finalist in the 2019 Kathleen Ferrier Awards.
Recent opera highlights include Cupid in Blow’s Venus and Adonis with the Dunedin Consort, Ferdinand The Enchanted Island with British Youth Opera, Oberon Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Royal College of Music International Opera School, Gernando Faramondo at the London Handel Festival, and a European tour of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo with The Monteverdi Choir.
Highlights on the concert platform include a staged performance of Bach’s St John Passion with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment under Sir Simon Rattle and directed by Peter Sellars, Arsace in Handel’s Berenice with La Nuova Musica and the London Handel Festival, High Priest Esther at the London Handel Festival with the London Handel Players, Monteverdi’s Vespro della beata vergine with The Monteverdi Choir, numerous performances with the Hanover Band, and a duet recital with Michael Chance.
Recent and future engagements include Oberon A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Nevill Holt Opera, the title role in Giulio Cesare for English Touring Opera, Purcell’s The Indian Queen with Emanuelle Haïm and Le Concert D’Astrée at Opéra de Lille, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Handel’s Messiah with The Hanover Band, a recital of Vivaldi arias with Norwich Baroque Orchestra, and Purcell’s King Arthur with Vox Luminis.
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Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Oberon)
Nevill Holt Opera (June 2019)
Their king and queen, Timothy Morgan and Daisy Brown, bring ethereal sound and neo-Elizabethan ornamentation to their new-romantic looks.
Hugh Canning, The Times
[Morgan] sang “I know a bank” with alluring soft charm.
Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
exceptional standouts from Timothy Morgan’s lucid Oberon.
George Hall, The Stage
Special mention should also be made of local Leicestershire singer Timothy Morgan, whose pleasing countertenor is given many opportunities to shine in the role of Oberon.
Sam Smith, Music OMH
2019 Ferrier Awards
Finalist (April 2019)
Very bravely, countertenor Tim Morgan started things off with an unaccompanied folk ballad, ‘I will give my love an apple’…he sang it with steely purity of tone and huge conviction … complete composure to sing Handel’s ‘O Lord, whose mercies numberless’ from Saul (he’d given Iestyn a run for his money). This was beautiful singing, the pianissimo perfectly judged in the Wigmore’s hallowed hall, legato lines singularly placed and vibrato controlled. He communicated well and looked good in a dark suit…
Louise Flind, OperaNow
'Utrecht Te Deum'
'Hail, bright Cecilia!'
'Come Ye Sons of Art'
'Welcome to all the pleasures'
St John Passion
St Matthew Passion
Mass in B Minor
Mass in G Major
'Ode for the death of Mr Henry Purcell'
Opera (complete) Repertoire
Dido and Aeneas
The Indian Queen
The Fairy Queen
Venus and Adonis
Alcina (ruggiero low version)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Death in Venice