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Contact Meagan Johnson:

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Indianapolis, Indiana

About Meagan


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Short Bio

With a life-long interest in the intersection of artistry and education, Meagan Johnson (M.M., M.AmSAT) is an Alexander Technique teacher, choral conductor, and voice educator. Meagan teaches the Alexander Technique to students at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and maintains active voice and Alexander Technique studios in Indianapolis and Bloomington, Indiana. She is also Artistic Director and conductor of the Indianapolis Women’s Chorus. A sought-after clinician for choirs and conferences, Meagan regularly presents workshops about the intersection of Alexander Technique with choral singing, performing arts, and music education. 

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What people are saying about Meagan Johnson…

“Meagan’s amazing knowledge and intuition about vocal production were a tremendous help to me. Her experience with Alexander Technique gave me an essential perspective that I didn’t even know I was missing.” – Robin S., singer

“As a workshop leader, Meagan instills confidence in participants; as an Alexander Technique teacher, she adds personalized attention that is as nurturing as it is instructive.” – Frances H., violinist

“Singing for Meagan Johnson for 6 years was a joy. I appreciated her tremendous skill in working with singers of widely varied experience, her creative and thoughtful programming of music, and her own challenging yet singable compositions.” – Mari M., singer

“Excellent vocal technician who is able to create a beautiful sound from a choir of professional and non-professional singers. Her compositional style is warm with complex harmonies. I have sung with many world renowned choral conductors, and Meagan Johnson is one of the best.” – Heidi W., Westminster Choir College, 1981



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