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Explore music limitlessly.

What will lessons be like?

For me, teaching is all about expanding the world of possibilities for my students. My goal is to help them find a sense of belonging through exploration and self discovery. Using arrangements of traditional music and compositions by underrepresented composers, I help spark students' curiosity about themselves, the music and the world.

My students play everything from Harberg, Hindemith and Quantz, to Schubert, Mercadante and Kouyoumdjian. Lessons are energized through the introduction of extended techniques and composition so students have the skills and confidence to experiment with music limitlessly. Studio successes include acceptances to Maryland Classic Youth Orchestra, Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra, All State Senior Band, as well as the University of Maryland - School of Music. Students also regularly earn top scores from MMEA Solo and Ensemble Festival. 

The studio comes together biannually for a group class to share our successes and challenges in practicing, play chamber music and work on technical exercises. We also gather twice a year together to perform and cheer each other on in a recital celebration and reception. 

I am Adjunct Flute Faculty at Harford Community College. My performance credits include concerts at Symphony Space, Kennedy Center and AMP by Strathmore. I hold a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Maryland-College Park, as well as a master’s degree from SUNY Purchase College and bachelor’s degree from New York University.

Where can you hear my students?

  • Maryland Classic Youth Orchestra

  • Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra

  • Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention Competitions & Flute Choirs

  • Royal Conservatory of Music Exams

  • University of Maryland - School of Music

  • MMEA All State Band

  • All County Honors Band

  • MMEA Solo & Ensemble Festival

  • ABRSM Exams

  • Tri-M Music Honor Society

  • John Philip Sousa National HS Honor Band

Here’s what’s included in your annual tuition:

  • A reserved weekly lesson slot, with tailored instruction to help you achieve your musical goals.

  • Biannual studio classes, where you and your peers will share ideas on a focused topic.

  • A shared google drive, to stay in touch with me, whether studying in-person, online or both.

  • Biannual recitals, to hone your performance skills and feel confident on stage.

    Plus, you’ll also get access to:

  • Student membership with National Flute Association

  • Student account with Sightreading Factory 

  • Fons client account for easy lesson scheduling and payment

  • Monthly studio newsletters filled with updates on studio successes, opportunities and local flute events and performances.

How do I get started?

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Choose a location, date and time

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Schedule your complimentary intro lesson!

Kind words from students & caregivers:

“Meghan is very personal and caring...We always depend on her to be our resources relating to music, performance, instruments, and even college.”

— Tan, Studio Caregiver

Your tuition investment:

45 min. Lessons  


$283 per month

60 min. Lessons  


$333 per month

Here’s what others have asked!

Where are you located?

I teach privately online and in-person at two studio locations in the Washington/Baltimore metro area - Savage and Bethesda. I am also Adjunct Professor of Flute at Harford Community College in Bel Air.

Should I take lessons in-person or online?

All of my students have taken both in-person and online lessons and thrived in their studies! Here are some things to consider:

  • Convenience and Flexibility: Going on vacation? Bad snow storm? In-person and hybrid students may opt to take online lessons to accommodate bad weather, travel and unforeseen schedule changes. And, my online students study with me from all over the world.

  • Record Your Lessons: Every week I take notes directly on music uploaded in Google Drive, and you are also able to record the lesson for later study. This is especially helpful when preparing for auditions and performances.

  • Sound: Using an exterior microphone helps make the sound as close to live as possible. I have great recommendations! These microphones may also be used to record audition tapes and virtual recital videos.

I have more questions. How can I get in touch?

I would love to hear from you, so please feel free to contact me!

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