Rogers Covey-Crump tenor
Rogers has enjoyed half a century as a concert and recording artist, covering the complete span of Western music, both as a member of vocal ensembles and as a soloist. His solo recordings (over 200!) embrace in particular Henry Purcell and the Evangelist in J. S. Bach’s Passions. Rogers was a core member of the world-famous Hilliard Ensemble for thirty years until its farewell in December 2014 after four decades. As well as with the specialist mediaeval group Conductus he continues to perform with Café Mozart and has recorded with us Haydn songs and German songs ca1800.