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Morgan Reid

Morgan Reid is a Nova Scotian-born portfolio artist whose diverse skillset informs her career as a performer, administrator, and academic. Since 2021, Morgan has worked with Dean Artists Management, Canada’s oldest and largest agency for opera artists, as
an Associate Artist Manager (Opera) and as their Director of Administration. Concurrently, Morgan serves as a freelance social media manager/consultant for both arts organizations and individuals across Canada. In the past years, Reid has appeared on panels and in working sessions with the Vancouver Opera’s Yulanda M. Faris Young
Artist Program, and the Atelier Lyrique at Opéra de Montréal. 

In the 2020-2021, Morgan was selected as an RBC Future Launch/LINK EmergingArtist Fellow with the Association for Opera 

in Canada, continuing to hone an array of skills in arts administration. She has held administrative positions with the University of Toronto Voice Studies Area, COSA Canada, Highland Arts Theatre, and Graduate
Teaching Assistantships (U of T). Morgan has worked as a voice teacher and coach through her private studio, as well as Bravo Academy for the Performing Arts (2018-2021). She has had the pleasure of seeing students in both classical and musical theatre voice move on to post-secondary studies, succeed in Kiwanis Festivals and RCM Exams, and attend various summer programs.

As a soprano, some of Morgan’s most treasured performance experiences have included singing Tytania in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Happy Prince in Leslie Arden’s The Happy Prince, Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical, and singing works of Jake Heggie in SongFest’s New Voices in Song recital in Los Angeles’ Zipper Hall. Most recently, Morgan returned to the stage to star as Mabel Bell in the
third season of Dean Burry and Lorna MacDonald’s The Bells of Baddeck (2022).

Morgan is a graduate of Mount Allison University (B.Mus.) and the University of Toronto (M.Mus.), where she is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts with a dissertation focus on movement training for singers in Canadian post-secondary. She is an alumna of SongFest’s Young Artists Program in Los Angeles, Orford Musique in Orford, QC, Centre for Opera Studies in Italy (COSI), and the National Opera Institute with Against the Grain Theatre.

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