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For as long as she can remember, Megan has loved music. Brought up in a small town, she was nurtured musically by a close-knit group of teachers, including her mother– a church choir director. Throughout her adolescence, she always maintained a balance between her academic and her musical aspirations, until her senior year of high school when she realized that her path in life was clear and that music was it. Megan attended The University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she received a BM in Vocal Performance/Jazz Studies. She was the recipient of a Promising Artist Scholarship and the Vocal Faculty Award, and studied under prestigious teachers such as Jeff Kern, Justin Binek, Paul Adkins, Reginald Pindell, David Bennett Thomas and Dr. Annette DiMedio. This training facilitated the development of proficiency in a wide range of styles in both voice and piano. Megan's strengths lie within her true crossover abilities as she can comfortably "hang" in many musical realms from Opera to Jazz and everything in between. 


She has performed with numerous vocal groups, including the Philadelphia based acapella sensation “The Dolls” who have been featured on and The Huffington Post and University of the Art's prestigious ensembles Jazz Singers and N'Zehn. She has performed as a solo artist for many private and public events in both sacred and secular music circles.  

Megan has recently relocated with her husband Michael to Pooler, Georgia and is looking forward to putting down her musical roots in the beautiful Savannah area.  She currently works as a freelance vocalist and pianist playing various types of events, as well as teaching private voice and piano lessons. Megan teaches through her private home studio as well as with the Voice Co-op in Savannah. With a strong focus on theory and technique, Megan's teaching style leads to producing well-rounded, competent musicians. Megan believes that music is the gateway to a balanced life, and is looking forward to sharing that gift with her students!

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” 
― Victor Hugo
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