Raoul Carlo (Miggi) Angangco is a Filipino choral conductor and countertenor currently pursuing his Doctor of Music degree in Choral Conducting at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he serves as an Associate Instructor for the Choral Department. At IU he has worked with the soprano-alto ensemble Voces Caelestes, assisted with the opera chorus of the 2021 production of Falstaff, and directed the IU All-Campus Chorus.
Miggi was assistant ensemble director of the internationally-acclaimed male choir ALERON from 2012-2019, which represented the Philippines as a featured choir at the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music in Barcelona, Spain and earned various accolades in international choral competitions in Manila, South Korea, Japan and Germany. He also served as graduate assistant conductor of the Grammy-nominated Westminster Williamson Voices.
A countertenor with particular interest in early music, he has performed as a soloist at the Bloomington Bach Cantata Project and has sung with the Jacobs School of Music’s Concentus and the Philippine-based Villancico Vocal Ensemble. His other choral memberships include the World Youth Choir, Asia Pacific Youth Choir, Sing Philippines Youth Choir, Westminster Symphonic Choir, Westminster Choir, and Ateneo de Manila College Glee Club.
Miggi earned his BM in Choral Conducting, summa cum laude, at the University of Philippines College of Music and his MM in Choral Conducting, with distinction, from Westminster Choir College. He is the Jacobs School of Music’s recipient of the 2022 Presser Graduate Music Award for his upcoming project involving the commissioning and premiering of new choral works by Filipino-American composers.