Detroit-based violinist and violist Meg Rohrer (they/she) loves to explore newly composed music, improvisation, and standard repertoire. Rohrer is the violinist of Hub New Music, a touring quartet dedicated to commissioning and performing new chamber music repertoire, and the violinist/violist in Virago, a Southeast-Michigan-based improvising quartet. They share violin and viola duties in the Kalkaska String Quartet, are a member of the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, have recently performed with the Ann Arbor Symphony and Spoleto Festival Orchestra, and have appeared as a soloist with the National Chinese Orchestra Taiwan. A Suzuki-certified educator passionate about increasing the accessibility of music education, Meg has trained with Mimi Zweig and Mark Mutter and has taught through the Sphinx Organization, Crescendo Detroit, the Crowden Music Center, and The People’s Music School in Chicago.
Meg holds a Masters Degree from the University of Michigan, where they studied with Danielle Belen and Caroline Coade, and Bachelors degree from Northwestern University, where they studied with Blair Milton. Meg can often be found baking sourdough bread when not performing or teaching.