Andrew Morstein



American tenor Andrew Morstein is praised for his, “beautiful, expansive” (Kurier) “vocal agility” (San Diego Story) and “baritone-like foundation” (Online Merker Vienna) He received his Bachelor of Music from Indiana University and, in 2020, his Masters of Music at Northwestern University. He is currently a member of the prestigious Junges Ensemble Theater (JET) at Theater an der Wien, and will complete his tenure in the programme in 2022.

This season sees four role debuts including Andronico in Vivaldi’s Bajazet, Cavalli’s Egeo in Il Giasone, Conte Almaviva in Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia*, and the Amalekite in the Claus Guth production of Handel’s Saul, which he will tour with the Freiburger Barokorchester to finish the season. 

Additional roles include Peter Quint in Turn of the Screw, Tom Rakewell in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, Bénédict in Berlioz’s Béatrice et Bénédict, and Alfred in Die Fledermaus at Northwestern; Ramiro in La Cenerentola at Opera NEO; Telemachus in Hercules vs Vampires at Nashville Opera; and Vanderdendeur, Governor, and Ragotski in Candide with Indiana University Opera. His performance of Dr. Peyron in the premiere of Bernard Rands’ Vincent, with Indiana University, was recorded and is available on NAXOS.

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“Prince Andronico was American tenor Andrew Morstein. On a solid, almost baritone foundation, it goes on to the second third, and fourth floor with bombproof heights and infallible security, even with the wildest interval jumps. One of these American tenors who seem to have no nerve at all: a successful test of talent”

Online Merker Vienna

“Andrew Morstein shows beautiful, expansive tenor material”


“Andrew Morstein stands out for his thick tone. The power of the vocals brings the warmth of his voice forward, which easily covers even the most demanding transitions between registers. His acting is completely committed … constantly singing at the top of his voice, his vocal virtuosity is evident”