Welcome to the happenings of cellist, Megan Titensor!
Here, you will find all things related to my performing and teaching activities based out of Salt Lake City, Utah.
With many years of performing and teaching experience, Megan Titensor is a highly qualified professional cellist and educator. Her passion lies in private instruction using the Suzuki method of music education. She has taught at workshops and institutes in Mexico, Utah and Colorado, and has even worked with cellists of the Kinshasa Symphony of DR Congo. She has done extensive training in early childhood music development and education as well as Music Mind Games, a playful approach to music theory.
Currently, Megan is a freelance musician in Salt Lake City. She can be found performing in a variety of settings such as recording sessions, children’s ballet, or the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Megan has also played with the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Fort Collins Symphony, and the multi-arts performing group Telling Stories. Also an accomplished pianist, Megan has extensive experience as a performer and collaborator, enabling her to accompany her own students.
Megan completed her Master's degree in Cello Performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder. There, she studied with Judith Glyde as well as András Fejér of the Takács Quartet. Megan earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Utah State University where she gained valuable experience as a soloist and chamber musician and performed in masterclasses for some of the world's most respected musicians, such as Paul Katz, Carter Brey, and the Vermeer and Cavani Quartets.
Megan teaches privately at home in the Sugar House area of Salt Lake City, Utah. Her students range from young Suzuki cellists to adult beginners. Megan loves skiing, cycling, and climbing with her husband in the beautiful mountains of Utah. She also enjoys cooking and yoga.