Jasmine Hogan is an international prize-winning harpist who has performed worldwide both as a soloist and collaboratively with internationally renowned orchestras, opera companies, and chamber musicians. In 2011–12 she presented music and the harp in the context of a cultural exchange as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to China and was granted a U.S. Fulbright Award to study traditional Chinese music at the China Conservatory of Music in Beijing. In China, she played with the National Center for the forming Arts and the China National Opera Orchestra.
Hogan has already had the opportunity to work with conductors Placido Domingo, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Gustav Meier, and China’s Lu Jia as well as with Esa Pekka Salonen. At the USA International Harp Competitions between 2010 and 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana, she premiered five new harp solos as a featured performer on their special Composers’ Forum. Hogan enjoys working with composers and has made new music a focal point of her musical career.
She completed her master’s degree in Performance and Pedagogy at the Peabody Conservatory in May 2014. In May 2016, she received the prestigious Artist Diploma at Peabody for exceptional and experienced performers with the received the James Winship Lewis Endowed Memorial Prize. In June 2014, Hogan won first place at the Stockholm International Music Competition and a stipend and commendation for her dedication to innovative performance and creative programming.
Hogan is founding member of the Peabody Harp Department’s HarpAdventures program and also on faculty at the Peabody Preparatory (Early Childhood Music) and the Baltimore Symphony’s OrchKids program. She continues a very active and exciting schedule of performing and teaching.