Megan is a freelance flute and piccolo player based in London. She performs repertoire from a variety of contexts including solo, chamber and orchestral. 


Currently studying for a Master of Music at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Megan is very grateful to have been awarded a Trinity College London scholarship and a grant by The Women's Careers Foundation towards her studies. She receives tuition on flute from Anna Pope and on piccolo from Christopher Green. Prior to this, Megan studied flute with Emma Halnan whilst completing her Bachelor of Arts degree reading Music at the University of Cambridge. 


Megan enjoys experimenting and engaging with a wide range of ensembles and repertoires. She has performed with various orchestras around London, including the Docklands Sinfonia and the Surbiton Symphony Orchestra. In January 2020, she joined with the saxophonist Tatjana Sandhöfer and the pianist Dominic Bentham to form the Sapphire Trio, who explore contemporary compositions written for this particular instrumental ensemble. In addition to these activities, she also participates in The Playground at the Rambert Studios. Working in collaboration with dancers, she improvises music on flute to accompany their choreography.   


During her undergraduate studies Megan was awarded a Kellaway Instrumental Scholarship and twice received the Karen Kerslake Memorial Prize from her college of St Catharine’s, as well as being chosen to premiere their termly Master's Lodge recital series in March 2017. She performed numerous recitals at various other colleges, including Trinity Hall and Magdalene. Megan was also very involved in the orchestral field. She was appointed as both the piccolo player and principal flautist during her membership with the Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra as well as performing with numerous college orchestras, including those of King's and Trinity.