Megan has been performing professionally on the harp for over twenty years. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree with Honours from the University of Melbourne, a Master of Music Performance degree from the Victorian College of the Arts, and a Master of Arts in Music, Culture and Politics from Cardiff University, Wales.
Megan has also completed a Summer Academy course in Salzburg, Austria. Megan has performed with a diverse range of music ensemble, from the Melbourne Symphony and the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra, through to touring with Jose Carreras, the Bolshoi Ballet and Kanye West for the U2 Vertigo tour. Her television appearances include ‘Good Morning Australia’, ‘It Takes Two’, ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and ‘Spicks and Specks’.
She has recorded on the Move and Naxos labels. Megan has performed with Chamber Music Australia for the Melbourne International Festival of the Arts and is a founding member of chamber music group the ‘Miscellany Ensemble’ and duo ‘voxArpa’. Her public speaking skills have seen her in demand as a guest speaker at events around the United Kingdom and Australia, where she has presented a paper at the 5th Australian Harp Festival.
Artist's website: www.melbourneharpmusic.com
Megan Reeve is featured on the following titles
From classical to folk, from sweeping glissandi to the strikingly contemporary, the range and diversity of the harp always entrances and amazes.
Throughout history composers have been drawn to the combination of the flute and harp, from the shepherd’s pan pipes and Orphean lyre of ancient Arcadia, to the French court of Marie-Antoinette and Mozart’s duo concerto.
Each of the eleven tracks on this recording is a song without words. Although written over a number of years, each of these pieces by composer Andrew Blyth is characterised by a concern for simplicity and directness of expression.