Meg York has played woodwinds for over 30 years.  

She has a Clarinet Performance degree

from the University of New Mexico,

with emphasis ranging from

Early Music Performance to

Avant Garde Jazz to

Balkan/Flamenco fusion.  

She plays for swing and folk dances,

as well as

improvised movement accompaniment.

 This brings rare vitality to her teaching style:

she is a dynamic, big-picture, clinician.


Recent teaching or performance

venues include:

Boetcher Hall

Mendocino Eastern European Folklife Center

Middle Easter Music and Dance Camp

Colorado School of Mines

Denver Metro State College

Denver School of the Arts

CSU Boulder

Stockton University

Drom, New York City

University of New Mexico

Ege University, Bursa, Turkey

Evergreen School of Music

Denver School of the Arts

Dazzle Jazz

Swallow Hill

Outpost Performance Space

Blue Sage Arts, NPR Paonia

Boulder International and Jewish Festivals

Pablo Rodarte's Danse Espana tour

UNM Symphonic Orchestra Mexico tour

Albuquerque Civic Light Opera

Albuquerque Little Theatre

Don Ambler Clarinet Choir



Meg York recently returned from her

annual Turkish Clarinet exchange workshop      


               Ibrahim Samur, Clarinet Maker.  

High quality folk clarinets pitched in G.  







Turkey Clarinet Exchange --

Instruments for Roma kids

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Jan 27
Persian Music
Denver, CO


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