Meaghan Guterman is a professional soprano and voice teacher in the Seattle area. Since relocating from Milwaukee in 2016, she has been serving as a section leader and cantor at St. James Cathedral, singing with professional ensembles such as the Mägi Ensemble and Chorosynthesis, and teaching voice, piano, and rhythm lessons. Meaghan is also pursuing a DMA in Vocal Performance at the University of Washington.
Meaghan enjoys working with students of all ages, levels, and a wide range of musical styles. She teaches voice in her private studio, as well as at The Music Factory. Her priority is to help students achieve healthy and functional vocal technique, while combining a holistic and fact-based approach. She keeps up-to-date with current vocal pedagogy by attending conferences and through personal study.
Meaghan was recently seen singing the national anthem for the Mariners game with the Mägi Ensemble, performing opera arias for the UW Vocal Theatre Works Auditions Project, and presented her first doctoral recital, which included works by Darius Milhaud, Kurt Weill, and Eric Whitacre. She will be giving her next doctoral recital in October, which will include BWV 51, "Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen," and BWV 209, "Non sa che sia dolore."
During her time in Milwaukee, Meaghan maintained a busy performance schedule along with running her private studio. She was a section leader, soloist, and cantor at the Basilica of St. Josaphat, sang with the Milwaukee Chamber Choir, Collegium Ladyes, MacDowell Club, and regularly collaborated with the East Side Chamber Players.
Additional engagements have included serving as a soloist at Congregation Shalom in Fox Point, WI, tour coordinator for Chorosynthesis, and is also a full time mom.
In her free time, Meaghan enjoys exploring parks and farmers markets with her daughter and husband.