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Text Box:     Raised in Stuart, Fl. and a graduate of Martin County High School, William began his musical studies at the University of South Florida in Tampa, receiving a Bachelor's degree in vocal performance. While in Tampa, he became well known throughout the area with his recital and oratorio work, including Mendelssohn's Elijah, Dubois's Seven Last Words, Bach's Magnificat and Schubert's Mass in G Major to name a few. During this time, William became associated with the entertainment department at the Busch Gardens Theme Park as a lead singer and vocal trainer for all of the shows in the Park. He then went on to attend the Manhattan School of Music in New York City with work as baritone soloist in Faure's Requiem, Handel's Messiah and Bach's Cantata #78. William also took part in some obscure opera's such as the role of Hidraot in Lully's Armide, Joachim in Handel's Susannah, and Heuskin in the United State's Premier of Tojin Okichi, an opera sung in its native tongue of Japanese. From December of 1993 through April of 1994 he appeared throughout the South Florida area as a soloist with the Winged Victory Singers and solo appearances with the Broward Symphonic Pops Orchestra.
     William began his teaching career in Tampa with his own Private Voice studio and as a church choir director. He went on with his private voice teaching during his stay in New York City. From the Fall of 1994 throughout the Spring of 2000, William was Instructor of Voice at Alcorn State University where his duties included; private vocal instruction, conductor of the Alcorn State University concert Choir, vocal diction, vocal literature and choral conducting courses.  Dozens of solo recitals throughout Mississippi and Louisiana kept him busy along with his teaching duties. He is very excited about bringing his musical abilities home after a 19 year hiatus.

Email William Borovina at:  bborovina@hotmail.com