Sally Rogers has been performing for over 30 years. Her songs are included in both the Unitarian and Quaker hymnals as well as both national school music textbooks. Her fifteen recordings (including four for children) have won consistent accolades. She has been an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, in the Creative Arts in Learning program. She has presented at American Orff Schulwerk workshops and Kodaly Music Education conferences as well as at professional development programs in integrated curriculum through the arts at schools across the country. Rogers is also known for her work as a Master Teaching Artist for the Connecticut Commission on the Arts and has worked in the Commission’s HOT (Higher Order Thinking) Schools Program. Through Performing Arts of NE CT she offers a program for kindergarteners called "The Science of Sound" free to schools in northeast Connecticut. Her residencies have included many school visits teaching students how to collect oral histories and transform them into songs. She is past president of the Children’s Music Network and has earned her M.A. in Integrated Curriculum Through the Arts at Lesley University.
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