Rojas is a musician who moves easily from classical to other
musical genres. Rojas has captivated music-lovers in the
Americas, Europe, and Asia. Most notably, she's appeared at
the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and the Frederick P.
Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York. She
sold out her performances at both the John F. Kennedy Center
in Washington, DC and the South Bank Centre in London. In
2004, she opened the International First Ladies Summit in
Paraguay with special guest Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Praised by the Washington Post as a "guitarist
extraordinaire," and by England’s Classical Guitar Magazine
as "Ambassador of the Classical Guitar," her musicianship
and cordiality make her an audience favorite.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has recognized Rojas'
artistic excellence and named her a Fellow of the Americas.
She holds a Master's Degree in Music from Baltimore's
prestigious Peabody Conservatory.
her own musical talents, Rojas is committed to supporting
South American artists. She has served as the Artistic
Director for several competitions including the John and
Susie Beatty Competition, the Ibero-American Guitar Festival
in Washington DC, and the Cardozo Ocampo Competition in
Paraguay. She is Paraguay's Ambassador of Tourism and a
Professor of Guitar at George Washington University in