After conducting much research on the Irish uilleann pipes, Meg recently finished composing a work for uilleann pipes, clarinet, cello and bassoon, entitled Moving Toward Home. Currently she is diving into the study of two Persian instruments, the tar and santoor, and is writing a work for tar, santoor, clarinet and Irish fiddle.
Two recent compositions are now available for listening on the audio samples page: Hope, setting a poem by Emily Dickinson for Native American flute, flute, clarinet, two sopranos and percussion; and Soft-spoken Power, a solo work for Native American flute.
In her blog, Meg Moves to Dublin, she reflects on beginning life in a new country.
Meg recently completed composing a work for the Southern Connecticut Camerata to celebrate their 60th year anniversary. All Creatures Now Are Merry Minded is a modern madrigal.
At an exciting an innovative workshop with In Medias Arts, Meg completed two new songs for and piano: Dreams, setting the poem by Langston Hughes and Time Alone, setting her own words.
Meg maintains a private studio in her home in Dublin, Ireland, where she offers lessons in flute, theory and composition, and piano. She has taught privately for more than twenty-five years and derives a particular joy from teaching 'late beginners.'
Email Meg now to schedule a free consultation to discuss your musical goals.