Morgan Manifacier is classical singer from France, currently based in New York City. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Holy Names University, in Oakland, CA, and recently completed his Master's of Arts in Music and Vocal Performance at Long Island University/Post. His notable teachers include Lee Steward, Ruth Golden, and Neal Harrelson. He was the recipient of the Kappa Gamma Pi award for academic excellence, outstanding scholarship, leadership and community service, and the Sister Francesca Award for excellence in the Arts. He has appeared as a soloist with the LIU Post Chamber Singers, the LIU Post Chorus, and the Holy Names University Chorus.
From operatic repertoire to art-song, Morgan Manifacier's sensibility and purity of expression has lead him to sing both in America and abroad. Manifacier maintains an active performance and teaching schedule, serving as Musicianship & Music Theory lecturer at Long Island University, and as Voice Teacher in several voice studios. Especially connected to the French repertoire of the fin-de-siècle, he has been lecturing throughout New York and Connecticut universities on important French musical figures of the XIX and XX centuries, such as Gabriel Fauré and Nadia Boulanger. Morgan Manifacier has also recently joined the group Operanomaly, an organization whose goal is to promote Opera performance through concerts and recitals on Long Island and in the NYC area.