Meagan Johnson, M.M., M.AmSAT
With a life-long interest in the intersection of artistry, education, and well-being, Meagan Johnson is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique, experienced singer and voice educator, and choral conductor. In addition to her Studio teaching in Indianapolis and online, she teaches Alexander Technique to musicians at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and serves as Artistic Director of Indianapolis Women’s Chorus. Read more about her teaching philosophy here.
About Meagan Johnson
Meagan brings a dedicated teacher’s heart and more than a decade of experience in voice education and applying the Alexander Technique in choral rehearsal, voice lessons, and to the activities of daily life. She earned the Master of Music in voice performance and Bachelor of Music in voice performance and music education from Ithaca College. Following her music studies, Meagan completed the 1,600-hour teacher-certification program at Alexander Technique Urbana.
Since 2015, Meagan Johnson has served as Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Women’s Chorus, and has taught the Alexander Technique at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music since 2016. Other recent appointments include Instructor of Voice at Marian University, and Interim Conductor of Choirs at the University of Indianapolis. A sought-after clinician for choral ensembles, music studios, and conferences, she regularly presents workshops about the intersection of Alexander Technique with singing, music education, and well-being.
Meagan Johnson resides in Indianapolis, where she interweaves parenting, teaching, creativity, and exploring how her work intersects with the larger movements toward justice, wholeness, and equity in our world.