Matt Scott Rogers is a classical musician making waves on the world stage.


He creates music and performs it with an insatiable energy and avid curiosity.





Matt Scott Rogers has established an international reputation as a musician with the ability to captivate an audience within a multitude of genres. This season continues to showcase his versatility with engagements in Europe's major opera houses, as well as in contemporary music with commissions from prestigious institutions within the arts and industry on several continents.


Matt has recently completed four seasons on the conducting staff of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as a member of the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme. In the 2019/20 season he will join the music staff of Danish National Opera for The Handmaid's Tale, and returns to the Royal Opera House (La Boheme), Grange Park Opera (La Gioconda & La Boheme), Winslow Hall Opera (Aida), and the Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra (Don Giovanni).


Composing in his studio on the clifftops of Cornwall, premieres in 2020 include in the Royal Opera House Crush Room recital series and in New York. In 2018 his Scarpia Tänze was premiered by members of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House to critical acclaim, followed by a short set of songs 'Three miniatures on Cornish haiku' for the acclaimed soprano Jennifer Davis. He has recently joined the visiting faculty of Falmouth University.



"Throughout conductor Matthew Scott Rogers drew a glorious sense of drama from the players, along with moments of great delicacy. With such large and diverse forces to control (including a significant role for an off-stage band), Scott Rogers made an admirable traffic-policeman, yet also showed his commitment to the score by drawing out the fascinating textures and essential drama of the piece."