MM in Vocal Performance, University of Delaware
BM in Vocal Performance, University of Delaware
Meg Supina is a performer and teacher who was born and raised in State College, PA. Meg graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. While there, she began teaching students through the Community Music School. Meg went on to receive her Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Delaware. She was a graduate assistant, teaching a studio of undergraduate music majors and minors. In 2020, Meg became a 200hr Registered Yoga Teacher and loves integrating yoga into voice lessons. In the past year, Meg has advanced her knowledge of vocal pedagogy through the Westminster Choir College Vocal Pedagogy Institute and the NATS-NYC Mentorship program. Meg has taught with Artistree Performing Arts, Belle Arti Center for the Arts, and Highbridge Voices. Meg is a member of NATS and Opera America.
Meg is enjoying a performance career spanning musical theatre and opera. Meg competed as a Semi Finalist in the Lotte Lenya Competition in 2020. Recent performances include Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady at GLOW Lyric Theatre and Louise in Prospect Theatre Company’s The Hello Girls. Regionally, Meg has also appeared with the John W. Engeman Theater, FUSE Productions, OperaDelaware, and Poor Richard’s Opera