Megan Dillon is a saxophonist in the Boston area. After graduating from Interlochen Arts Academy, she studied at Texas Tech University where she achieved a bachelor's degree in music theory with a minor in French. She then studied under Kenneth Radnofsky and Roger Graybill at the New England Conservatory, earning two master's degrees in saxophone performance and music theory. She studied counterpoint and pedagogy under Lyle Davidson, earning a concentration in music-in-education.
Megan currently works as a Teaching Assistant for the saxophone studio and music theory department at New England Conservatory. She is also a teaching fellow for the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Brimmer & May School, and is on faculty at Dedham School of Music. Megan is a member of the ChagallPAC Quartet and works as a woodwind teacher and freelancer.
Megan is the 2023 recipient of the Boston Woodwind Society Saxophone Merit Award. Her arrangements for saxophone ensemble have been published by RC Editions.
As a member of the North American Saxophone Alliance, Megan has performed at NASA regional conferences, the World Saxophone Congress, and premiered and commissioned new works for the saxophone. She continues her studies at the New England Conservatory towards a Doctorate of Music in Saxophone Performance.