Core Studies I and II, Young Artist Initiative Teacher
Chris Rogerson has been hailed by the Washington Post as a "confident, fully-grown composing talent," and by the New York Times as a "confident new musical voice.” His music has been performed by the Atlanta, Houston, Kansas City, Milwaukee, New Jersey, New World, and San Francisco symphonies and the Buffalo Philharmonic, and venues including Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, and Symphony Center in Chicago. His collaborators in chamber music include the Attacca, Brentano, Dover, and Jasper quartets, distinguished members of the Guarneri and Orion quartets, and artists such as Ida Kavafian, Anne-Marie McDermott, Anthony McGill, and David Shifrin. He is the current composer in residence at the Amarillo Symphony.
Mr. Rogerson's music has won awards and fellowships from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, Copland House, Aspen Music Festival, ASCAP, BMI, and the Theodore Presser Foundation. He is represented by Young Concert Artists and attended the Curtis Institute of Music, the Yale School of Music, and Princeton University. Mr. Rogerson joined the Curtis faculty in 2016.