Megan has studied vocal technique for over 18 years, receiving her Vocal Performance degree from the University of Utah in the Spring of 2013. Megan is a performer, teacher, and vocal coach native to Salt Lake. She believes singing is one of the most gratifying and beneficial forms of expression, and strives to integrate the whole body and self into the sung voice. As she has continued to explore vocal technique and its many capacities, she has performed in a wide range of settings, genres, and venues – including opera, musical theater, liturgy, as well as jazz, pop, and funk. Megan can be seen performing with local music groups, cantoring for liturgical services, and coaching bands and choirs. She also teaches and tutors music theory for beginner to intermediate students. In 2013, Megan attended the Alexander Technique Workshops International conference in North Carolina.
Megan is pursuing a graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Utah to further her understanding of voice science and communication. Megan is currently working as a graduate research assistant at the National Center for Voice and Speech.