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CousinsPlus 'celebrates our present'
Norma Rogers on WPLN
Nashville Public Radio
February 26 - March 4, 2002

L to R - Bradley Mansell, Leah Bowes and Norma Rogers

Listen to 1-min. excerpts

February 26th: There was music by C.P.E. Bach, Beethoven, and Michel Damase on the week's 'Live in Studio C' broadcast from flutist Norma Rogers, cellist Bradley Mansell and pianist Leah Bowes.  We heard part of the 'Hamburg' Sonata by Bach, a set of variations on a theme from Mozart's 'Magic Flute' by Beethoven, and a 1952 flute sonata by the French composer Damase.
Courtesy of WPLN  

'Nashville Public Radio brings you live music on the radio every Tuesday morning at 11:06. Each week, host Will Griffin welcomes some of the area's most talented musicians to WPLN's Studio C.'

From WPLN's concert preview broadcast aired on its web page
the week preceding Norma's concert performance March 16, 2002





From the CD of Norma's concert performance, Blair School of Music,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, March 16, 2002



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In March of 1999, we found Norma Rogers preparing for her performance as a guest soloist with an orchestra in Alabama.  

She had just finished a 20-city tour with the Nashville Symphony, which annually accompanies Amy Grant for her popular Christmas season program. 

That tour had ended in the Pacific Northwest.  "They played to sold out audiences all over," said Bruce, Norma's husband. 

Left: The Rogers of Nashville in 1986.

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A CousinsPlus biography:  Norma Rogers
Symphony piccoloist and flutist

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