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Kate Rogers


Kate Rogers is a DC area native and has performed with the National Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, the Washington Ballet, the Washington Chorus, the St. Louis Symphony, the Richmond Symphony, the Delaware Symphony, Arena Stage, and is the principal harp of the American Pops Orchestra and the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra. She has been featured as a soloist with the National Symphony, the Fairfax Symphony, the Amadeus Orchestra, the Philadelphia Singers, the Amadeus Orchestra, the Concerto Soloists of Washington, and the Arlington Symphony, and has been the recipient of first prize in the National Symphony Young Soloist’s Competition, the Anne Adams Awards, and the Loeb Foundation Awards, and was a finalist in the Fischoff Chamber Competition. Ms. Rogers is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where she studied with Judy Loman and Marilyn Costello. Other teachers include Nancy Allen, Alice Chalifoux, Elizabeth Hainen, Dotian Levalier, and Elizabeth Blakeslee.