About the School
Warren Jaworski

Associate Professor of Voice and Song Literature
Phone: (813) 974-2311
Email: jaworski@usf.edu

Warren Jaworski, Associate Professor of Voice, teaches voice and vocal literature at USF. He soloed in Bach's St. John Passion under Robert Shaw with the Detroit Symphony at Meadowbrook, recorded with Fred Waring, and performed in the Roger Wagner Chorale with the Los Angeles Symphony.

He performed the Bach B minor Mass and the Beethoven Missa Solemnis at the Internationale Bachakademie in Stuttgart, Germany as well as a concert of songs by various American composers at Ewha Women's University in South Korea. Jaworski also presented concerts and workshops in Canada, Australia, Ireland, England, and New Zealand. He has sung throughout the USA in numerous oratorio societies and the numerous concert series as an artist with the Columbia Artist Community Concerts. In Florida, he performed with the Florida Orchestra and was bass soloist in the Verdi Requiem under the direction of Daniel Moe and the Key Chorale in Sarasota.

He was director of Northern Indiana Opera Association where he directed several productions and was director of Midwest Artist Management. He has been an active clinician for vocal and chroral workshops and judged numerous vocal competitions. He was awarded the 2006 Hispanic Pathways Award and has developed a CD course in Latin American Art Song with Dr. Patricia Caicedo. In 2007 he participated in "Tampa-Asturian Cultural Connection" in Oviedo, Spain.

Dr. Jaworski was selected by the Provost of The University of South Florida for the 2011 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in the School of Music, in the College of The Arts. On December 7, 2012 the Florida Suncoast Opera Guild presented him with the Cultural Achievement Award at the 47th Annual Silver Bells fund raising ceremony at the St. Pete Yacht Club.

Presently, Jaworski is an Associate Professor of Voice and Song Literature in the School of Music at USF. Jaworski earned his BM and MM from the University of Michigan and his doctorate from Indiana University.