Megan Healy is an active pedagogue, recitalist, and performer of orchestral and chamber music. Megan is currently a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Violin Performance at the University of Colorado Boulder, where she serves as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Megan is a student of Károly Schranz and Harumi Rhodes, the former and current second violinists in the world-renowned Tákacs quartet. Megan also holds Master of Music and Artist Diploma degrees from Western Michigan University, where she served as graduate teaching assistant to Professor Renata Artman Knific, as well as a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance from the University of Iowa under the tutelage of Dr. Scott Conklin. Megan currently performs with the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Fort Collins Symphony, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, Steamboat Springs Symphony Orchestra, and the Colorado Pops Orchestra, and has held positions with the Kalamazoo, Southwest Michigan, and Holland (MI) symphony orchestras. Recent special engagements have included a performance as soloist with the Elgin (IL) Youth Symphony, interdisciplinary collaborations with Life/Art Dance Ensemble, and the live premiere of Julián Brijaldo's Atravesa'o for violin and delay pedal.