Megan Moore is an up-and coming singer and conductor in the Kansas City community. Originally from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, she holds B.A. degrees in Music, Psychology, and Applied Critical Thought and Inquiry from William Jewell College, where she graduated in May 2017. During her time at Jewell, she served as student conductor for the award-winning Concert Choir and was involved in the Chapel Choir, Choral Scholars, and Schola Cantorum. Additionally, she offered her voice and conducting skills as a Choral Scholar for Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral under the direction of John Schaefer, then Paul Meier. Recently, Megan has sung in Carnegie Hall with Mid-America Productions and Winthrop University, as well as in Texas-based Voci d’Amici. Currently, Ms. Moore sings soprano in the locally-renowned vocal ensembles Musica Vocale (under the direction of Arnold Epley), Cardinalis (under the direction of Anthony Maglione), and the William Baker Festival Singers (under the direction of William Baker). Additionally, Ms. Moore is grateful for the opportunity to rehearse, sing, and conduct at St. Mary’s Episcopal every week. During the work week, she serves as an Account Administrator for a travel insurance company and spends lots of time preparing for her many musical endeavors.