Sarah Rogers

Sarah Rogers is a Boston-based soprano, originally from West Palm Beach, Florida. She is a current young artist at the Boston University Opera Institute, studying with Penelope Bitzas. She received her Master of Music in Voice Performance from Boston University in 2021, and was one of eight winners of the Boston University at Carnegie Hall competition, and one of four winners of the Boston University Soloist Competition, performing Alban Berg’s Sieben frühe Lieder. This past summer she made her role debut as the Countess in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro at Utah Vocal Arts Academy.

Ms. Rogers holds a Bachelor of Music from Palm Beach Atlantic University, where she studied with Marilyn Mims. During her time at Palm Beach Atlantic University, she was featured as the soprano soloist for Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Handel’s Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo (Little Organ Mass), and won the 2018 Concerto Competition, in which she performed Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate with the PBA Symphony Orchestra. Her operatic credits include Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, and her work as a chorister for Palm Beach Opera’s 2018-19 season.

Sarah has also been an avid educator for over six years. She teaches private voice and theatre. Her students range from young beginners to adults, all in various styles, such as classical, musical theater, and popular music. She has served as a musical director and stage director for shows such as Les Miserables, Guys and Dolls, Mary Poppins, Legally Blonde, and many more. She also currently works as the arts administrator for White Snake Projects, an activist opera company, where she combines her passions for opera and social justice.