- DMA, Music Performance - Choral Conducting, University of South Carolina - Columbia
- MA, Sacred Music, Bob Jones University
- BS, Music Education, Bob Jones University
- Chamber Singers (Ens 106)
- Choral Conducting (MT 302)
- Choral Conducting Lab (MT 392)
- Chorale (Ens 105)
- Choral Ensembles (Ens 190)
- Elements of Conducting (MT 301)
- Voice Methods for Choral Directors (ME 301)
A member of the Bob Jones University music faculty since 1984, Warren Cook has studied at BJU and Westminster Choir College and has earned the DMA in choral conducting at the University of South Carolina.
Dr. Cook is the Director of Choral Activities at BJU and conducts the Chorale and the Chamber Singers, the University's two premiere choral organizations. Additionally, Dr. Cook teaches undergraduate and graduate music courses, trains opera and oratorio choruses, and conducts choral-orchestral performances. Dr. Cook’s choirs have performed ACDA Southern Division Conventions in Louisville, KY and in Jacksonville FL. His Rivertree Singers were invited performers at Piccolo Spoleto’s Spotlight on Choral Music Series. In the spring of 2013, he conducted the combined BJU choirs, orchestra, and guest soloists in a performance of Verdi’s Requiem. In 2014, he conducted a live webcast of Dan Forrest’s new major work, Requiem for the Living.
Dr. Cook is a member of the American Choral Director's Association and he regularly appears across the U.S. as an adjudicator, clinician, and conductor for church and school music festivals, workshops, and camps. Cook is founder and director of Greenville’s Rivertree Singers and serves as the Pastor of Worship for Heritage Bible Church in Greer, S.C.