Meet a Musician: Megan Meyer, Soprano

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July
2010

Bloomington, Indiana, is a special city for musicians—visitor or resident, foreign or domestic, famous or little-known. It also happens to be a city with a large university and a large school of music, a meeting place for all kinds of performers, educators, and researchers. This post is part of a photo series that looks at the many people in Bloomington who call themselves a musician.

Megan Meyer

You’d never know that Megan was a musician if you came across her biography for the WFIU radio program Earth Eats:

Megan Meyer was in the company of foodies for most of her formative years. She spent all of her teens working at her town’s natural food co-op in South Dakota, and later when she moved to Minneapolis, worked as a produce maven for the nation’s longest running collectively-managed food co-op. In 2006, she had the distinct pleasure (and pain) of participating the vendanges, or grape harvest, in the Beaujolais terroire of France, where she developed her compulsion to snip off grape clusters wherever they may hang. In the spring of 2008, Megan interned on NPR’s Science Desk in Washington, D.C., where she aided in the coverage of science, health and food policy stories. She joined Indiana Public Media in June, 2009.

Megan is, in fact, a trained soprano.

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