Kara Morgan is a singing actress seeking out and lending her artistry to projects that broaden minds and inspire others. Her dedication to studying the art, languages, and characters of opera has been showcased on stages across the United States. Career highlights include mainstage credits with Fargo-Moorhead Opera, Pacific Opera Project, and An Opera Theatre; apprenticeships with Sarasota Opera and Santa Fe Opera; and recognition from the Schubert Club and Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competitions.
Kara earned her Bachelor of Music Degree from Drake University and her Masters in Voice Performance at the New England Conservatory. Currently, Kara is a member of the opera studio at Yale University studying with Adriana Zabala. In fall of 2022, Kara was heard as Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro) and Charlotte (Werther) in opera scenes. Closing out her first year at Yale, Kara reprised the titular role of Britten’s The Rape of Lucretia and debuted the role of Isolier in Rossini’s medieval comedy, Le comte Ory. In April, Kara was named one of three winners of the 2023 Woolsey Concerto Competition. She will enjoy the privilege of performing Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer with the Yale Philharmonia as part of their 2023/24 season.
More can be found and heard at kmorganmezzo.com