Winner, 1986 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, Walker Fund Prize, Mortimer Levitt Career Development Award, and Washington International Competition for Strings. First recipient, Mischa Schneider Memorial Award from the Walter W. Naumburg Foundation. Orchestral and solo appearances throughout Europe, Japan, Canada, and the United States. Performances with Philadelphia Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Caramoor Festival Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Jupiter Symphony, Concordia Chamber Orchestra, and Tokyo Symphony. Founding member, Mendelssohn String Quartet, La Fenice and Rosen/Walsh Duo. Artist-in-residence at North Carolina School of the Arts and Harvard University. Associate professor of cello, Eastman School of Music. Faculty, University of Delaware and New England Conservatory. Cello faculty, Mannes College The New School for Music, since 1999.
Ms. Rosen is currently Professor of Cello at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College and Artistic Director of Chesapeake Chamber Music.