“Wesley Morgan, as Romeo, has a mellifluous tenor but one with ample power for the score’s more dramatic moments — such as the interpolated high C at the end of Act III. His big aria, “Ah! Lève-toi, soleil” (“Ah! Rise, Sun”), was nicely delivered Wednesday night…”

Greenville News

Roméo, Roméo et Juliette (GLOW Lyric Theatre) - 2016

“…. Montemezzi’s L’Amore dei Tre Re, assisted by a fresh-voiced young tenor, Wesley Morgan.”


Flaminio, L’Amore dei Tre Re (Teatro Grattacielo) - 2014

“A single Gypsy girl, dancer Tamara Merritt Irving, entertained the inebriated guests, including Gastone, played by natural comedian Wesley Morgan…”    

Opera News

Gastone, La Traviata (Atlanta Opera) – 2013

“Morgan, as Nanki-Poo, has a ringing tenor and a gift for suave phrasing.”  

Greenville News

Nanki-Poo, The Mikado (Greenville Light Opera Works) – 2011

“Wesley Morgan’s clear tenor made one wish Giordano had given Alexis more to sing.”

Opera News

Alexis, Siberia (Teatro Grattacielo) - 2015

“Wesley Mogran’s polished tenor instrument is put to great use with this score, especially in … Act III when he sings of how he is sure to die and again in Act III when lamenting Lucia’s death.”    


Edgardo, Lucia di Lammermoor (Opera in the Heights) – 2014

“The Handel raised the spirits as always.  Tenor Wesley Morgan’s measured performance of the Ev’ry Valley aria was notable…”

The Windsor Star

Tenor soloist, Handel Messiah (Windsor Symphony Orchestra) – 2012

“Morgan and Watters as Frederic and Mabel gave flawless performances which left the young, and not so young members of the audience swooning.”

Atlanta Journal of Constitution Online

Frederic, The Pirates of Penzance (Atlanta Lyric Theatre) – 2009

“This production stars some fine singers who more than anyone make the whole thing work.”

Tampa Bay Times

Belmonte, Die Entführung aus dem Serail (St. Petersburg Opera)- 2015

“Morgan’s handsome visage suits a leading man, but he is one who can be very funny at the drop of a cape.”

The Oregonian

Eisenstein, Die Fledermaus (Mock’s Crest Productions) – 2013

“Tenor Wesley Morgan, who played the clueless Eisenstein, was pleasing in a second act duet with Preisser.”

Viva Colorado

Eisenstein, Die Fledermaus (El Paso Opera) – 2012

“Tenor Wesley Morgan showed impressive breath control on the vocal gymnastics of an early aria.”

The Lakeland Ledger

Tenor soloist, Handel Messiah (Imperial Symphony Orchestra) – 2003