Megan Mateosky (she/her/hers) has been performing and singing since she was a young girl, with over a decade of experience in professional Musical Theatre productions, plays, operas, choirs and being the lead singer in a salsa band! As a teacher, Megan believes in creating a judgment free zone so that each student can feel safe to learn and grow. She hopes to help every student achieve their singing goals— whether that is learning how to belt, mix, act through song, or sing classically. Regardless of the goal, Megan desires for all her students to learn to love and appreciate singing with their own voice. Being of Cuban descent, Megan is fluent in Spanish and is excited to teach students who would prefer having lessons in Spanish.
Megan is originally from Melbourne, Florida with a BFA in Vocal Performance from Carnegie Mellon University and a MM in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM).
Since moving to the Bay Area in 2021, Megan has performed in musicals, plays and operas in a variety of theaters both professionally and as a student. Bay Area credits include Julia in “1984” (Aurora Theatre Company), The Woman in “The Turn of The Screw” (Town Hall Theatre Co.), “Dancing Home” (San Francisco Fringe Festival), “A Chorus Line” (San Francisco Playhouse), “In the Heights” (Berkeley Playhouse), “The Sound of Music” (Throckmorton Theater), “Silent Sky” (Summer Repertory Theatre). At SFCM she performed as the Witch in “Hansel and Gretel,” the Old Woman in “Enchanted Pig,” Tolomeo in “Giulio Cesare,” and Vera Boronel in “The Consul.” Other theater credits include Millie in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (Cocoa Village Playhouse), the Baker’s Wife in “Into the Woods” (Miami Classical Music Festival) and Miss Jessel in “Turn of The Screw” (CMU).