Raoul Carlo Angangco

Raoul Carlo (Miggi) Angangco is a Filipino choral conductor and sopranist currently pursuing his Doctor of Music degree in Choral Conducting at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. As an Associate Instructor for the Choral Department, he has served as director of the IU All-Campus Chorus, and assistant conductor for the Singing Hoosiers and the contemporary vocal ensemble NOTUS.

Angangco was assistant ensemble director and manager of the internationally-acclaimed male choir ALERON which performed as a featured choir at the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music in Barcelona and earned various accolades in choral competitions across Asia and Europe. He has sung with multiple renowned ensembles such as the Ateneo de Manila College Glee Club, Westminster Choir, Westminster Symphonic Choir, the GRAMMY®-nominated Westminster Williamson Voices, and World Youth Choir. In recent years, he presented as a resource speaker on Laban for Choral Conductors at the Philippine Choral Directors Association’s workshop series, and performed at the Yale Summer School of Music’s Norfolk Chamber Music Festival as a Conducting Fellow under the mentorship of Simon Carrington.

Angangco earned his BM in Choral Conducting, summa cum laude, from the University of the Philippines College of Music and his MM, with distinction, from Westminster Choir College. He is the Jacobs School’s recipient of the 2022 Presser Graduate Music Award for his recital-project (Sa Ináng Báyan: To the Motherland) involving the commissioning, premiering, and recording of new choral works by US-based Filipino composers in February 2023.