Felicity Rogers


Felicity went to school in Malvern where she was a chorister at Malvern Priory before becoming a founder girl chorister at Worcester Cathedral. It was here her love of choral music really began. Felicity read Music at Durham University where she was a member of the Chamber Choir, Opera Ensemble and several chapel choirs. After graduating she became a choral scholar at Birmingham Cathedral, singing in radio broadcasts and tours to Notre Dame, Alhambra Palace and Sadler Wells with the Birmingham Royal Ballet. She subsequently gained a scholarship at Birmingham Conservatoire for a Post Graduate Diploma in Vocal Performance. During her time there, she sang in the Chamber Choir and took part in the opera productions.


Felicity now enjoys freelance work and is a Choral Scholar at St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham, a Voice Coach and Choir Librarian at St Philip’s Cathedral and a member of The Birmingham Oratory Choir. She was one of Ex Cathedra’s four inaugural graduate Scholars. Felicity also sings with ensembles such as Armonico Consort and The Delphian Singers. Her choral work has included recordings of both sacred and secular works, including new commissions. Felicity has also worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company where she sang, played flute and percussion in the 2016 production of Cymbeline in both Stratford-upon-Avon and The Barbican, London. Felicity currently studies with Maureen Braithwaite and Andrew King.