Meredith Connie studied guitar initially at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia, before continuing her music studies, gaining a Masters in Performance at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and a research masters in musicology from the University of Sydney. Her teachers have included Dusan Bodganovic, David Tanenbaum and Gregory Pikler. Her continued studies have taken her into Baroque performance practice, working with Elizabeth CD Brown and Stephen Stubbs.
An active solo and ensemble performer, Recordings include “Sol Y Sombras” (solo and chamber works) and “Imaginary Landscapes” (as a part of Duo Rubicund). She currently performs as a part of Vitali Ensemble on Baroque guitar. You can view her performing online at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOCgcBB1ouwb6s6cZPIVrXbV6k4_o00z5
As a composer her works for guitar ensemble and mixed chamber ensemble have been performed by student ensembles, and assorted chamber ensembles, and solo works have been performed by noted guitarists such as Joe Pecoraro. She has been the recipient of commissions from the Annual Seminar of Contemporary Music for the Young (Weston MA) and her piece for guitar ensemble “Mosquito Stomp” will be performed by the combined student and teacher guitar ensemble at the 2016 SAA Conference.