We present a setup of optical tweezers combined with linear and nonlinear microspectroscopies that enhances the capabilities of capture and analysis of both techniques. We can use either a continuous-wave (cw) Tisapphire laser for Raman measurements or a pulsed femtosecond Tisapphire laser that permitted the observation of nonlinear results such as hyper-Raman, hyper-Rayleigh, and two-photon luminescence. Only the high peak intensity of the femtosecond laser allows the observation of all these nonlinear spectroscopies. The sensitivity of our system also permitted the observation of morphology-dependent resonance (MDR) modes of a single stained trapped microsphere of 6 microm. The possibility of performing spectroscopy in a living microorganism optically trapped in any desired neighborhood would mean that one can dynamically observe the chemical reactions and/or mechanical properties changing in real time.