Adrianna Rodgers, soprano

Ms. Adrianna Rodgers was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida where she began singing and performing on stage with her older sisters when she was a young girl. Furthering her musical education at Douglas Anderson High School of the Arts, she studied under the direction of Jeffery Clayton. While at Douglas Anderson, Ms. Rodgers was a member of several performing groups including Choral Women, Mixed Choir, Vocal Jazz ensemble, the All State Concert Choir, and the All State Sight Reading Choir. As a member of the Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Ms. Rodgers discovered a new passion in the complexity in performing jazz music; however, she decided to study Vocal Performance after graduation from Douglas Anderson in 2007.

Ms. Rodgers was accepted into the vocal department at The University of Florida in 2007 where she studied under the direction of Dr. Brenda Smith. While at UF, she performed two solo recitals, four operas as well as numerous opera scenes and one musical with Dr. Tony Offerle, and four years of The University Choir with Dr. Will Kesling where she held the title of Choir Secretary (2010) and Choir President (2011). She also performed as a cantor for St. Augustine Catholic Church with Dr. Nansi Carroll, and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church with Dr. John Lowe. Ms. Rodgers graduated with her Bachelors of Music in 2012, and she plans to possibly further her education in music in the near future.

Ms. Rodgers is currently employed at Keiser University as an admissions counselor in Lakeland, Florida, and is a member of the Masterworks Chorale of Tampa Bay.

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