(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Epiphany Center For The Arts: The Sanctuary
201 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60607
Voices of Chicago presents: Megan Stagl Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Doors: 5PM for Golden Hour Showtime: 7:30PM Tickets: $20 - General Admission ‘Service charges apply to ALL ticket purchases (online
Voices of Chicago presents: Megan Stagl
Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Doors: 5PM for Golden Hour
Tickets: $20 - General Admission
‘Service charges apply to ALL ticket purchases (online and box office)’ - Credit card only at door
Raised in the northern suburbs of Chicago, Meghan has been pursuing music nonstop since her first piano lesson at the age of 6. After much music participation in high school, she went on to Hope College knowing she wanted to study music, but unsure of much else. It was here that she discovered her love for jazz, and began to grow more and more interested in the genre. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Music and Spanish and receiving various school awards and accolades, Meghan attended Western Michigan University where she would go on to receive a Master’s degree in Jazz Performance.
Since moving to Chicago, Meghan has played and recorded vocals and piano with various projects and artists. She can be found on Gustavo Cortiñas’ Kind Regards (2022), The Sam Pilnick Project’s Adler Suite (2021), and Emily Kuhn’s upcoming album, Ghosts of Us. Recently, she made her Chicago Jazz Fest debut singing with Gustavo Cortiñas’ critically acclaimed Desafio Candente. Meghan has played Chicago venues like Fulton Street Collective, the Jazz Showcase, the Hungry Brain, the Whistler, and the Green Mill, but her music has taken her all over to places including Yellowstone National Park. In 2020, she received the Luminarts Fellowship for Jazz Voice.
Meghan’s voice has been described as “striking a satisfying balance between a breathy voice and one of depth and body” (Lydia Liebman Promotions). Thanks to her ability to both play piano and sing, Meghan has been regarded as a “secret weapon” of sorts, “sounding weightless on both” (Hannah Edgar, Chicago Reader).
In addition to performing, Meghan also teaches Music Theory at SAE Institute, located in downtown Chicago, along with private lessons in voice and piano. She has been fortunate enough to study with jazz pedagogues and masters such as Tammy McCann, Jeremy Siskind, Sunny Wilkinson, Brian Coyle, Steve Talaga, and Edye Evans Hyde.
Golden Hour at Epiphany:
Stop by Epiphany for our live music series concerts, and be sure to hit Golden Hour before-hand for drinks and lite-bites! Doors open at 5pm Wednesday - Saturday for Golden Hour with 1/2 priced bottles of wine and other specials!
Come early to EXPLORE and DISCOVER your own EPIPHANY… our art galleries are open and there is free entertainment before the show!
Valet parking is now available! $15 per car, service located on Ashland Ave. in front of the venue.
- No premiums available
Service is available at all times during hours of operation
* See website for hours of operation
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