Biography - Helen Rogers
Helen Rogers studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Virginia Black and John Toll and graduated in 1994 with the Bickerdike Allen Prize for Early Music, an award given to the most outstanding early music graduate of that year. Since then, Helen has enjoyed a busy and varied career which has taken her all over Europe playing both continuo and solo harpsichord and chamber organ. Helen has appeared as a concerto soloist at many of London's major concert venues including the Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St John's Smith Square and has performed with ensembles such as the Belmont Ensemble of London, Feinstein Ensemble, London Concertante and Wren Baroque Soloists. In 2000, Helen was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, an honour awarded to past students who have achieved distinction in their profession.
Helen lives in Oxfordshire with her husband and two terriers. When not playing the harpsichord and organ she enjoys running, cooking and travelling to far-flung places.