Manuel Warwitz was born in Salzburg and got an education as a singing and violin teacher at the Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria. He also studied „Lied und Oratorium“ with Prof. Walter Berry in Vienna.
His broad repertoire includes oratorios of Bach, Händel, Haydn, Mozart, Mendelssohn, the German „Lied“ but also Operetta, Musicals and Jazz.
Among others, in 2010 he sang the title role in the first performance of Christoph Reiserers „Die Nacht des Brokers“ in Munich. Manuel Warwitz worked and works with different groups such as Les Cornets Noirs, Musica Fiata, Harmonia Antiqua Labacensis/Ljubljana, Singphonikern, Neue Hofkapelle München, Schützakademie Dresden, with conducters as Howard Arman, Andrew Parrott, Anthony Rooley and at different European festivals. Since 2011 he regularly sings with the soloist renaissance group of the Collegium Vocale Gent led by Philippe Herreweghe. In 2012 he started to sing solo roles with the Balthasar-Neumann-Chor (BNC) under Thomas Hengelbrock and in 2013 he did his first projects with Cantus Cölln under Konrad Junghänel. In 2017 he recorded the complete Selva Morale by Claudio Monteverdi with the BNC under conductor Pablo. In 2003 he became a regular member of vocalgroup „Singer Pur“, with whom he recieved 3 „Echo-Klassik“ awards and sang concerts worldwide. Since 2012 he works with Ensemble Phoenix Munich.