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Mark Rogers


Mark Rogers is an American pianist specializing in vocal and chamber music. He has been a Young Artist at the International Lied Festival Zeist, Leeds Lieder Festival, the Ludlow English Song Weekend, and has played for masterclasses with Christian Gerhaher, Martin Fröst, Felicity Lott, and Lawrence Power among others.

Together with regular recital partner baritone Florian Störtz, they won the Prix de Mélodie at the Concours Nadia et Lilli Boulanger and the audience and First prize at the Helmut Deutsch Lieder Competition. Mark performs recitals regularly with musicians on the Countess of Munster and Philharmonia schemes and has played concerts at Scottish Parliament, the Malmö Radhuset, and a series of recitals at Atelier Ferrandou in the south of France with cellist Kristian Chojecki. Previously, he was the accompanist for BBC Choir of the year Les Sirenes, and is a staff pianist at Oxenfoord summer school.

Mark is an alumnus of the Royal Academy of Music where he studied with James Baillieu, Malcolm Martineau, and Michael Dussek. was recently awarded the first prize in Art Song accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music and has previously been awarded the Alex Menzies Memorial prize and the Hester Dickson Lieder prize at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where he completed his undergraduate studies with Graeme McNaught in 2021.

In addition to performing, he has won first prize from the Royal Philharmonic Society for his article on Samuel Barber in their Young Classical Writers competition, and writes program notes for the Wigmore Hall.

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