Rogers, Jane

Jane Rogers studied viola at the Royal Academy of Music with John White, Stephen Shingles and Jan Schapp, during which time she gained a place in the European Union Baroque Orchestra.

Jane is currently Principal Viola with the Dunedin Consort, Brecon Baroque, The English Baroque Soloists, The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and the Academy of Ancient Music. She teaches Baroque Viola and Viola D'amore at the Royal Academy of Music and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and is visiting professor at Birmingham Conservatoire and The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. She has given numerous masterclasses and regularly coaches chamber music.

Jane's recording career has been prolific and she has appeared on over 200 CD recordings, several of which have received awards.

As a chamber musician Jane performs regularly with Trio van Hengel with whom she recently recorded Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio, and with her duo partner Rachel Podger.

Future plans include a recording of Mozart's duos for violin and viola with Channel Classics.