San Francisco Opera
Deputy Director of Development
Andrew Morgan has served in various roles in San Francisco Opera’s development team since 2008, including multiple giving officer positions as well as Director of Individual and Leadership Giving. In his current position as Deputy Director of Development, Andrew oversees a team of 18, covering areas that include Annual Giving, Corporate, Foundation and Government, Donor Services, Individual and Leadership Giving, Special Events, and Donor Stewardship. Prior to San Francisco Opera, Andrew served six years as Executive Director for American Bach Soloists in addition to various administrative roles for the men’s a cappella ensemble Chanticleer. Andrew holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from Northern Illinois University and a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Illinois-Champaign/Urbana.
As a tenor, Andrew appeared with numerous groups throughout the Bay Area, including Chanticleer, Solo Dei Gloria, the American Bach Soloists, the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, San Francisco Renaissance Voices, and the West Marin Music Festival. On stage, he has appeared with Berkeley Opera, Pocket Opera, and West Bay Opera, among others, in roles ranging from Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte to Tony in West Side Story and the four servant roles in The Tales of Hoffman. He has also been active as a stage director, leading productions for companies throughout the Bay Area to critical acclaim, including most of the Mozart operas, Verdi’s Ernani, and numerous Donizetti operas including Roberto Devereux, Lucia di Lammermoor and La Favorita. Other directing credits have included The Merry Widow and Elixir of Love for Livermore Valley Opera, Riot Grrrl on Mars (“Italian Girl in Algiers”) for Berkeley Opera, Jenufa for San Francisco City Opera, Don Giovanni for San Francisco Lyric Opera, and Cosi fan tutti for Bay Shore Lyric Opera.