Erin Rogers studied Music Education with a Vocal Performance Certificate at Elmhurst College. She currently teaches privately as well as at a middle school in Evanston, IL. Some of her major performances include: singing for Ravinia's production of Porgy and Bess conducted by Bobby Mcferrin, singing behind Andrea Bocelli during his concert at the Allstate Arena, performing with the CSO for the Chicago Symphony Center's production of Zelda, and singing on the Carnegie Hall stage as a part of the 2016 Choir's of America. She enjoys singing classical, jazz, and musical theatre. She loves teaching private voice and sharing her musical knowledge.
"If I could play any instrument other than the ones I do, I would love to play the cello! I played viola for years but always loved the deep, rich, and powerful sound of the cello. I find it to be very soothing. I also once sat in on a lecture by Yo Yo Ma and he played the Bach Cello Suite No. 1. I remember being astounded at how beautiful the cello sounded and how graceful he was while playing."