Megan Evans is currently serving as Assistant Principal Horn with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed as an orchestral musician in ensembles across North America, including l'Orchestre symphonique du Montréal, the Windsor Symphony, the Thunder Bay Symphony, the Niagara Symphony, the Alberta Baroque ensemble, the Aspen Festival Orchestra, and the Colorado Music Festival. Additionally she has been invited on several occasions as a soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Alberta Baroque Ensemble.
As a chamber musician she can be heard with notable national and international musicians on the “All Star Brass Live” recording from the Banff Summer Music Festival in 2014. Megan can also be heard as a chamber musician live in concert with her brass quintet the Bok Brass. This ensemble is a regular at special events, convocations, outdoor and indoor festivities, and has a wide variety of styles and genres. In the summer months, Megan has participated in several prestigious music programs including the Colorado Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Brott Music Festival. Ms. Evans obtained her Bachelors and her Masters of Music from the Schulich School of Music at McGill University studying with Denys Derome, Associate Principal Horn and John Zirbel, Principal Horn of the Montréal Symphony Orchestra. As a teacher herself, Megan currently maintains an active studio of both French Horn and Trumpet students.