Lynne is a soprano and singing teacher based in Liverpool.

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Lynne’s voice
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Ave Maria, Schubert

“Just wanted to say thanks to you and Angela for such a marvellous concert last night. Each time you’ve performed for us you’ve cast the same spell and nobody I spoke to afterwards was anything other than enthralled”.

Lynne Rogers originally studied Theology at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. She continued her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire where she gained a Masters in Performance Studies.

Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director. She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and for 16 years was a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers broadcasting on Radio 4. She has performed in France, Germany, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK.

Lynne’s repertoire extends from baroque to contemporary music. Recent and future engagements include music as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Bach Magnificat, Faure Requiem, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem, Jenkins The Armed Man, Rutter Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana, and Handel’s Messiah. She is currently collaborating with Jackie Howard on a programme of music specifically written for voice and oboe which will include Ten Blake Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams Lynne currently teaches singing at undergraduate and graduate level at Liverpool Hope University, in addition to having a thriving private practice. She has directed a number of ensembles amongst which are show choirs, opera choruses and youth choirs and currently conducts Southport U3A choir and BID Liverpool choir.

Lynne has over 20 years’ experience as a
teacher of singing.

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Panis Angelicus, Franck

“Special thanks for your singing of She Moved Through The Fair which was magic! It’s so easy for ‘classical’ singers to ruin folk songs! Another highlight for me (and there were many!) was Nina by Pergolesi”.

 

Lynne has a busy private practice as well as teaching at Hope University. Most of her students are adults who sing in various choirs in and around the city, but she also teaches beginners and those who are just singing for pleasure. All lessons are tailored specifically to the individual needs of the singer whether that is audition repertoire, solo perormance or basic technique.

Lynne has sung on
Songs of Praise
and is a regular performer on
BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service.

“Thanks again for your recital, such a varied range of song, it was most enjoyable”.

“What a wonderful concert from a lovely soloist and a great and sensitive accompanist.
I enjoyed every minute of it. I hope we in St Helens will hear this lovely voice again often in the future.
“Her presentation is excellent and her communication with the audience is excellent”.
 “Thanks again for a super recital. The audience was buzzing”.
 
“It was wonderful – great choice of songs, lovely pure voice, and informal, non-stuffy presentation.  Your ability to sing very quietly and yet hold the audience totally was spell-binding. I just loved it all”!

Lynne Rogers originally studied Theology at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. She continued her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire where she gained a Masters in Performance Studies.
Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director.

She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and for 16 years was a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers broadcasting on Radio 4. She has performed in France, Germany, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK.

Lynne’s repertoire extends from baroque to contemporary music. Recent and future engagements include music as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Bach Magnificat, Faure Requiem, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem, Jenkins The Armed Man, Rutter Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana, and Handel’s Messiah. She is currently collaborating with Jackie Howard on a programme of music specifically written for voice and oboe which will include Ten Blake Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams Lynne currently teaches singing at undergraduate and graduate level at Liverpool Hope University, in addition to having a thriving private practice. She has directed a number of ensembles amongst which are show choirs, opera choruses and youth choirs and currently conducts Southport U3A choir and BID Liverpool choir.

“Lynne’s appearance last year will be remembered with joy by everyone who was there – some of the sweetest singing we’d ever heard and a choice of music that was wide-ranging and full of appeal, from Purcell to Sondheim. It left the audience spellbound”.

“Lynne is not to be missed. On two occasions so far, Lynne Rogers has totally beguiled us with her sweet singing of songs from Purcell onwards. Thanks again for your stunning recital”.

Please feel free to contact Lynne at:

Email: lynnerogers_soprano@yahoo.co.uk
Mobile: 07946 440 479

Please send Lynne a message:

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Lynne Rogers originally studied Theology at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. She continued her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire where she gained a Masters in Performance Studies.

Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director. She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and for 16 years was a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers broadcasting on Radio 4. She has performed in France, Germany, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK.

Lynne’s repertoire extends from baroque to contemporary music. Recent and future engagements include music as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Bach Magnificat, Faure Requiem, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem, Jenkins The Armed Man, Rutter Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana, and Handel’s Messiah. She is currently collaborating with Jackie Howard on a programme of music specifically written for voice and oboe which will include Ten Blake Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams Lynne currently teaches singing at undergraduate and graduate level at Liverpool Hope University, in addition to having a thriving private practice. She has directed a number of ensembles amongst which are show choirs, opera choruses and youth choirs and currently conducts Southport U3A choir and BID Liverpool choir.

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teaching

Lynne has a busy private practice as well as teaching at Hope University. Most of her students are adults who sing in various choirs in and around the city, but she also teaches beginners and those who are just singing for pleasure. All lessons are tailored specifically to the individual needs of the singer whether that is audition repertoire, solo perormance or basic technique.

Special thanks for your singing of She Moved Through The Fair which was magic! It’s so easy for ‘classical’ singers to ruin folk songs! Another highlight for me (and there were many!) was Nina by Pergolesi.

singing

Lynne Rogers originally studied Theology at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. She continued her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire where she gained a Masters in Performance Studies.
Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director.

She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and for 16 years was a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers broadcasting on Radio 4. She has performed in France, Germany, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK.

Lynne’s repertoire extends from baroque to contemporary music. Recent and future engagements include music as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Bach Magnificat, Faure Requiem, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem, Jenkins The Armed Man, Rutter Requiem, Orff’s Carmina Burana, and Handel’s Messiah. She is currently collaborating with Jackie Howard on a programme of music specifically written for voice and oboe which will include Ten Blake Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams Lynne currently teaches singing at undergraduate and graduate level at Liverpool Hope University, in addition to having a thriving private practice. She has directed a number of ensembles amongst which are show choirs, opera choruses and youth choirs and currently conducts Southport U3A choir and BID Liverpool choir.

 

Please click below to sample
Lynne’s voice: 

mike

Ave Maria, Schubert

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Panis Angelicus, Franck

Example Reviews:

Example Reviews: “Special thanks for your singing of She Moved Through The Fair which was magic! It’s so easy for ‘classical’ singers to ruin folk songs! Another highlight for me (and there were many!) was Nina by Pergolesi”.

“Thanks again for your recital, such a varied range of song, it was most enjoyable”.

“What a wonderful concert from a lovely soloist and a great and sensitive accompanist”.

“I enjoyed every minute of it. I hope we in St Helens will hear this lovely voice again often in the future”.

“Lynne’s presentation is excellent and her communication with the audience is excellent”.

“Thanks again for a super recital. The audience was buzzing”.

“It was wonderful – great choice of songs, lovely pure voice, and informal, non-stuffy presentation.  Your ability to sing very quietly and yet hold the audience totally was spell-binding. I just loved it all”!

“Lynne’s performance last year will be remembered with joy by everyone who was there – some of the sweetest singing we’d ever heard and a choice of music that was wide-ranging and full of appeal, from Purcell to Sondheim. It left the audience spellbound”.

“Lynne is not to be missed. On two occasions so far, Lynne Rogers has totally beguiled us with her sweet singing of songs from Purcell onwards. Thanks again for your stunning recital”.   

Please feel free to contact Lynne and chat about what your musical needs are.

Mobile: 07946 440 479
Email: lynnerogers_soprano@yahoo.co.uk

Please send Lynne a message: