Piotr Jaworski, born in 1995 in Jasło, Poland, is studying orchestral conducting at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna under the guidance of Prof. André Orozco, and opera coaching with Prof. Andreas Henning. Simultaneously, he is completing his doctoral studies on the topic of Liszt's opera transcriptions at the Krzysztof Penderecki Music Academy in Krakow under the mentorship of Piotr Machnik. Prior to this, he studied orchestral conducting with Prof. Maciej Tworek and Prof. Johannes Wildner.
Since the 2022/23 season, Piotr Jaworski has been a pianist member of the Vienna State Opera's Opera Studio. Additionally, he serves as the principal conductor of Camerata Musica Wien, the musical director of the Stadtorchester Pressbaum, guest conductor with Orchestra Filarmonica Pugliese - OFP and Orchestra Sinfonica do Lecce e di Salento - OLES, and musical director at Schloss Tabor in Burgenland.
He is working internationally with various orchestras in countries including England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, and the Czech Republic. Some of the orchestras he has collaborated with include Orchestra Filarmonica Pugliese - OFP, Junge Philharmonie Brandenburg, Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra, Beethoven Akademie Orchester - OAB, Orchestra Sinfonica di Lecce e di Salento - OLES, Camerata Musica Wien, Stadtorchester Pressbaum, Webern Kammerphilharmonie, Pro Arte Orchester, Kharkiv State Opera Orchestra, and Karlsbad Sinfonieorchester. Additionally, he has served as an assistant to Martin Fisher-Dieskau, Andres Orozco-Estrada, Erich Polz, and Marek Janowski in various projects and festivals, including the Baltic Opera Festival in Sopot, Sacrum Profanum in Krakow, Singfest Wiener Neustadt, and Oper Burg Gars in Gars am Kamp.
Piotr has participated in numerous masterclasses as both a pianist and conductor, learning from renowned artists such as Paul Badura-Skoda, Dimitri Bashkirov, Tomasz Konieczny, Hedwig Fassbender, Dina Yoffe, Johannes Kropftisch, Jorma Panula, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, and Marin Alsop. He is the recipient of numerous awards from various piano competitions, chamber music competitions, and lied competitions. As a conductor, he was awarded the 5th prize at the London Conducting Masterclass and Competition in January 2019, conducting all of Schumann's and Mozart's symphonies 39-41.