The Americamn mezzo-soprano and voice teacher, Emily Jaworski. studied music at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. She obtained her Master of Music degree in Voice Performance from Boston University. Currently she is DMA Student in Vocal Performance at Boston University (since 2014).
Emily Jaworski has been singing professionally for more than ten years now, starting out as a high coloratura soprano (even the Queen of the Night in W.A. Mozart's Die Zauberflöte), until finding her true voice as a mezzo. The majority of her formal training has been classical, but she has also learned to belt and now perform in a wide variety of styles, from George Frideric Handel, W.A. Mozart and Rossini to musical theatre to jazz and pop. Recitals will always have a deeply special place in her heart.
Emily Jaworski is establishing a reputation for excellence in performances across New England. She is a passionate advocate of art songs and can frequently be seen in recital with Calvin Herst at the piano. Her love of research, dedication to musical details and commitment to text leads to unique and captivating programs. Jaworski and Herst have been honored with numerous awards for their collaborations. They have been semi-finalists at the Washington International Competition in 2010, were the winners of the New England region of the Artist Award Competition sponsored by the National Association of Teachers of Singing in 2008, and runners-up of the same competition in 2010. She can also be seen gracing the operatic stage and is known for her engaging portrayals of a wide range of characters. She was most recently seen as Dorabella in W.A. Mozart's Cosi fan Tutte, Idamante in W.A. Mozart's Idomeneo and Aloes in Chabrier’s L’Etoile.
Emily Jaworski is Alto Section Leader/Soloist at Arlington Street Church in Boston. Since 2012, she is also Voice Teacher at Plymouth State University. She is married to Keith Testa and currently lives in Concord, New Hampshire.