North West & Stone Oak
Teaching is a way to share my love of music and show my students how music can better their lives and the world around them. It is important for students to learn how to use their voice in a healthy way in order to enjoy singing for the rest of their lives. I want to give them a good foundation of musical knowledge so they have the ability and tools to continue learning new music on their own. I believe that everyone has a different learning style and method. As a teacher it’s important to make sure each lesson best fits the students learning style. Here are three mottoes that I instill my students: In anything you do you should be happy with where you are; be excited about making progress; and be proud of what you have already accomplished. There are so many benefits to having music in your life. To put it simply, music is good for your brain and good for your heart. Not only is it good for you, it’s a lot of fun as well!
Meghan is from Amarillo, Texas. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. Meghan is a member of the Young Professionals Opera Guild. While in Amarillo she worked with Amarillo Opera and Amarillo Symphony. During her time with Amarillo Opera she performed in several operas and was an Artist in Training in their ARTS: An Alternative program. As part of the ARTS program she would go to different locations and teach children ages 5-12 a mini-musical over the course of a week. She performed leading and supporting roles with UTSA’s Lyric Theatre Productions including Jenny from Down in the Valley and Beth from The Tender Land. She worked with UTSA Opera on the Run performing as Little Red Riding Hood in Seymour Barab’s Little Red Riding Hood for the elementary schools