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Meghan Yost

Professor of Viola

Visual and Performing Arts
College of Arts & Sciences


Meghan Yost, violist and pedagogue, is an advocate of music as a vehicle for human expression and social change. She teaches and performs with organizations across the country that provide low cost or tuition free training for young musicians. Her commitment to accessibility has led her to work with El Sistema inspired programs such as Atlanta Music Project, Porterville Strings, and Carnegie Hall’s PlayUSA. She regularly travels to give masterclasses and workshops throughout the U.S. and recently was invited as Guest Artist to Subway University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to give masterclasses and concerts. An active chamber musician, Ms. Yost has collaborated with Harlem Quartet, Dali Quartet, Elmar Oliveira, Petra Jankovic, Bright Feather Ensemble, and Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra. She also performs with orchestras across the southeast, including Atlanta Opera, Charlotte Symphony, and Charleston Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Yost received her Bachelor of Music from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and her Master of Music from Lynn Conservatory of Music.<br><br><br><br><br>