About Megan M.
There's a couple things I'm really good at and that's helping people find their UNIQUE voice and how to break out of their comfort zones and take their performing and singing to the next level. Singing WELL is about so much more than technique. While I teach technique and all the basics, the really fun part is discovering what you're made of and what your unique voice can do. Together we can discover what it means to not just sound good, but to WOW people and more importantly, wow yourself.
I have spent my entire life figuring out how to sing with passion, with real emotion and rawness, how to write songs that paint a picture, how to go beyond my self limiting beliefs and reach goals I never thought I could. And in so discovering how to do this for myself I now teach others how to do it too.
If you're ready to go from good to great, or even if you're ready to just start for the first time I got you. You're capable of so much more than you think.
I love Megan, she is amazing. She has helped me develop a lot since we started, and has managed to help me open up more. Her strategies are really helpful, and are worth working on with her.
Megan is very talented, so I was nervous about my first lesson. But she she immediately began to ease my fears and make me feel comfortable. After just three lessons, she’s already helping me to increase my confidence and expand my range. I appreciate that her goal is to help me reach MY goal and even beyond! I’m excited for what’s ahead!Show More
Megan has been patiently working with me, a true beginner. I have progressed from barely knowing how to sing on pitch to singing on pitch (mostly.. still working on doing it within songs) within months. She does the right amount of technique exercises along with singing songs to get you to have proper form to get those notes out correctly. You will not be disappointed.Show More
I’m transitioning to working completely from home, but I currently am teaching a few students at a small independent music school and Studio. I have had about 13 students and in just a few months they have gone from “tone deaf” to hearing and executing pitches and singing pretty difficult melodies. Every student I teach is in a different place musically and I’m able to match every students unique needs and learning styles.
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival