Morgan Carter is an award winning British/Australian Soprano. They hold a Bachelor of Music from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where they were the recipient of two scholarships for performance excellence. Morgan is excited to be preparing the role of Bess in Mazzoli’s Breaking the Waves** with BK Opera in Melbourne in August 2021, and Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni with Elephant in the Room Productions for a season in Adelaide during February 2022.
Morgan was looking forward to perform the role of Sophie in Werther (Massenet) for BK Opera, however due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, this performance has been postposed to October 2021.
Morgan’s roles include Carmen (Carmen), Hannah After (As One*), Edith (Boojum!), Cherubino (Le Nozze Di Figaro), Suzuki (Madama Butterfly), Third Witch (Macbeth), Mrs Northwind and Adelaide (The Enchanted Pig*), Ottavia (The Coronation Of Poppea), Tessa (The Gondoliers), Jefferson (Space Encounters), and Older Ellie (The Water Babies). They have covered Amneris (Aïda), and Larina/Olga (Eugene Onegin) and role studied Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni) and Lady in Waiting (Macbeth).
Morgan has numerous chorus credits, including; Macbeth, Fidelio, Le Nozze di Figaro, Madama Butterfly, Peer Gynt, Carmen, Orpheus in the Underworld, La Sonnambula, Aida, Tosca, Cunning Little Vixen, the Bartered Bride, Eugene Onegin, Hamlet (Brett Dean), and The Enchanted Pig* (Jonathan Dove).
In 2019, Morgan was a participant in the State Opera South Australia James and Diana Ramsay Developing Artist Programme and holds the prestigious Gertrude Johnson Fellowship for 2020.
Morgan is a principal artist with BK Opera (2021), Gertrude Opera (2020, 2019), State Opera South Australia (2019), Elephant in the Room Productions (2022, 2018), Australian International Productions (2018), the Mediterranean Opera Festival (2018), Co-Opera (2020, 2017), Emma Knights Productions (2018, 2017), and Rockdale Opera Company (2017). Morgan has been in the chorus for productions with Melbourne Opera (2019-2021), and State Opera South Australia (2018-2020).
** Melbourne Premiere