Meagan Chandler is a performance artist, expressive arts educator, and Flamenco singer. Meagan’s pursuits in music, movement, and service to community have taken her around the world.  Her studies and experience include Estill Voice Training™, Jazz and western musical styles, various ethnic music and dance forms, and a specialty in Spanish Flamenco. Meagan has toured nationally singing Flamenco with such groups as Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, Maria Benitez’ Next Generation, Julia Chacon’s Inspiracion Flamenca, and the CBJ Flamenco ensemble.  In 2012 she played Emma Goldman in the radical Santa Fe debut performance of “Love and Emma Goldman: A Rock Opera”.  She has also studied intensively in various healing/martial movement forms, rites of passage work, and ceremonial arts, including a deep apprenticeship to SomaSource® body centered transformational programs with Melissa Michaels.  Meagan has extensive experience doing arts education programs with Carlota Santana’s Project Olé based in North Carolina, and works with Sage Hamilton for Gateway Apprenticeship program, offering youth an opportunity to develop their authentic creative voice through performance arts and cultural studies. She released her first original album, “Sensual” in 2013, and her voice can be found on many other collaborative efforts.  She is currently a professional performer, original songwriter, and recording artist, and offers therapeutic and creative voice sessions to youth and adults across the United States.