Nollie Moore is active as a professional tenor singing regularly with regional orchestras, for which he has sung leading operatic roles in Die Fledermaus, La Traviata, Madama Butterfly, and Carmen. His classical solo work includes Handel’s “Messiah,” Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass,” Beethoven’s “Mass in C Major,” and the Mozart and Verdi Requiems. He made his Carnegie Hall debut as the featured soloist in “A High Lonesome Bluegrass Mass,” and he sang the same work at the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. He can be seen regularly on professional regional theater stages where his work includes Forever Plaid, Oliver, The Music Man, 1776, Crazy for You, and Annie. As musical director, Moore’s work includes The Secret Garden, Assassins, Into the Woods, White Christmas, and Godspell. Nollie joined the faculty of The Conservatory for the Performing Arts at Stephens College as Associate Professor of Voice in the fall of 2022.