From Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Dolby Theater to the Hollywood Bowl and the Cathedral of Our Lady, Vince Womack has conducted ensembles in the finest venues in Los Angeles.
Womack is from Greenville, Alabama, and is music director at James A. Foshay Learning Center, a K-12 public school in south Los Angeles. He also teaches in the MTAL department at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, and conducts the African American Chamber Music Society Orchestra. Due to his efforts to overcome odds and bring high-quality, creative music education to innercity public schools, Womack has received the Fulfillment Fund Outstanding Teacher Award, the Bogart/USC Family of Five Teacher Award, the Los Angeles Music Center’s Bravo Award, the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation Award and ETM-LA’s Shining Star Award. He holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Michigan where he studied under H. Robert Reynolds and Carl St. Clair and a master’s in music education from the University of Southern California.