H. Conor Angell
Baritone and opera director Conor Angell joined Taylor University's music faculty in the fall of 2013. Previously, he taught at Houghton College and Wabash College. Award winner in the 2013 Chicago Oratorio Competition and 2013 American Prize in Vocal Performance, he has also received awards in the Heafner-Williams Vocal Competition, NATS Competition, and Kentucky Bach Choir Vocal Competition, among others. While completing his doctoral degree at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, he appeared in numerous performances with IU Opera. Before his studies at IU, Angell was a studio artist at Kentucky Opera, singing roles in Werther, Pirates of Penzance, Otello, Don Quichotte, and Iolanta. Angell is an active performer in operas, recitals, and orchestral concerts throughout the eastern and midwestern US. He completed his master's degree at UNC-Greensboro and his bachelor's degree at Taylor University.