About Meaghan Tattershall
Meaghan's first experience with the violin was watching a concert by the Colorado Symphony where the violinist had a solo and that's when she decided she just had to learn how to play the violin.
Meaghan began learning violin through school where she continued on to play on in competitions and pit orchestras throughout high school. Once she graduated, she attended college but missed the violin so she joined the campus orchestra. After college, she joined the Flatirons community orchestra and played with them for for three years, with the most memorable performance being playing The Nutcracker for the pit of the Longmont childrens ballet.
Meaghan has since moved to the Denver area and currently plays with both the Loveland Symphony Orchestra and the Broomfield Symphony Orchestra where she has noticed a decline in new musicians joining the orchestra. Meaghan's philosophy on teaching is to instill that same passion and excitement in her students that she felt that day at the Colorado Symphony in order to teach her students to love their instruments and inspire them to share their music with others.