Teaching Lecturer, Music- Clarinet
BM, Woodwind Performance, Boston University
MM, Clarinet Performance, Boston Conservatory
Office: Silver Center for the Arts 308
Office Phone: (603) 535-2389
Mail Stop: MSC 37
Meghan Donahue received her Bachelor of Music in Woodwind Performance from Boston University in 2003 and her Master of Music in Clarinet Performance from Boston Conservatory in 2008. Her teachers include Richard Stoltzman, William Wresian, Ian Greitzer, Michael Wayne, Craig Nordstrom, and Michael Norsworthy. Ms. Davis’s teaching experience includes private and group lessons for students ages three to seventy-three, as well as coaching and conducting chamber music ensembles and middle school and high school band. Recently, Ms. Donahue has developed a music curriculum for Pre-K and Kindergarten music students, which she has named “Garden Music.” An active chamber and orchestral musician, Ms. Donahue is a member of the Buttonwood Woodwind Quintet, Acacia Duo, and the New Bedford Symphony. Ms. Donahue can be heard playing with Grammy-winner Richard Stoltzman on the MMC recording of the Bach Fugue, BWV 903, released by Keiser Music in 2001, to accompany the printed arrangement edited by Mr. Stoltzman.