Mike Castoro, Tenor, is a Brooklyn native. He is a Cum Laude graduate of C.W. Post Long Island University and obtained a dual Music Education and Performance degree. Mike has toured as a soloist and choir member England, Ireland, Wales, Spain and France with the LIU Chamber Singers as well as a local madrigal group. Mike Castoro was a featured lead in the Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island. He was also the youngest regular member of Musica Viva of New York as a featured soloist for over 3 years. Mike enjoyed several years as a performer for the Douglaston Concert Series under Gerald Anders. He was highlighted in an acclaimed review in “Tygodnik Polonijny”, a Polish digest, for his interpretation of Chopin art song. Mr. Castoro currently continues to train with singer and recent famed actor, Anthony Laciura. Mike also currently performs at local Long Island events. He enjoys composition, arranging, and is also heavily involved in the creative side of music, the arts, and performance. Mr.Castoro's most recent engagement was playing both Goro and Yamadori in the New York Lyric Opera's production of Madama Butterfly.