Megan Burrell is an adjunct professor at Binghamton University where she enjoys conducting the Treble Chorus. She earned a bachelor’s degree in music education and vocal performance from Ithaca College. Additionally, she completed her Master of Music degree in music education at Ithaca College.
As a K-12 public school teacher, Megan works in Owego at Owego Free Academy and Owego-Apalachin Middle School conducting the concert choir, chamber singers, treble choir and 7th grade select chorus. Consistently, Owego Free Academy students have earned ratings of gold or gold with distinction at NYSSMA Majors Festivals, perform in the NYSSMA All-State Choir and sing with the American Choral Directors Association Eastern Division and National Honors Choirs. She also teaches Music Theory I and II.
Burrell serves as a NYSSMA solo festival adjudicator and chair of the Zone 3 Senior High Area All State Treble Choir. She has presented at the NYSSMA Winter Conference and around the state on her areas of interest including vocal health, repertoire planning and programming, and social-emotional learning.
In addition to her teaching job, she maintains a private voice and piano studio. As a soprano soloist, she performs in the local community and studies voice with Jordan Schreiner. She serves on the board for the Southern Tier Singers’ Collective.