The American baritone and teacher, David Clatworthy, has B.M. from the University of Arizona; M.A. from Teachers College, Columbia University Special Studies in opera and voice at Juilliard. He studied voice with with Bloom, Richard Bonelli, Heinz, and Boyajian. He received scholarships and grants from the University of Arizona, Juilliard, Berkshire Music Center, William M. Sullivan Musical Foundation, and Martha Baird Rockefeller Foundation.
David Clatworthy has been a leading baritone with New York City Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Society of Washington, D.C., and nearly all other regional opera companies in the USA. He has appeared as soloist with many of the American major orchestras, including Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and Philadelphia Orchestra, and as featured soloist in many festivals, including Tanglewood, Caramoor, Central City, Chautauqua, Marlboro, Baldwin-Wallace College Bach Festival and Spoleto USA.
Recordings: RCA, Mercury, Vanguard. TV/radio performances on PBS, NBC, ABC, CBS, and NPR.
David Clatworthy is Professor of Music emeritus and department chair at Binghamton University, and on the Faculty of the The Juilliard School since 1998.