Violin/Viola & Beginning Voice Instructor
Megann Dawe is currently a senior at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music and is pursuing a double major in Music Pedagogy and Music Performance with a violin concentration. She first had a love of music instilled in her at a young age while singing hymns with her family around the piano. She joined an Elementary Chorus in third grade and has sung in choirs ever since, having many notable experiences such as singing in the Michigan Youth Arts Festival Honors Choir, and receiving instruction from conductors such as Dr. John Trotter and Dr. Jerry Blackstone.
Since beginning violin lessons at age eleven, Megann found her niche in music and adopted it as her primary instrument, studying under Allison Rhoades, Zeljko (Bill) Milicevic, and Paul Zafer. Under such excellent teachers, Megann has developed her own passion for teaching and is eager to share the joy of music with her students.