Meg Ruby


Meg Ruby, Music

Durgin Hall, Room 226


Piano, Ensembles

Educational Background

M.M., Piano Performance, Arizona State University
B.M., Piano Performance, University of Michigan
Doctoral Studies at The Eastman School of Music


Meg Ruby is a classically trained concert pianist, certified yoga instructor and sound/music healer. She integrates her grounding in classical music training and her extensive performance and teaching experience with a deep passion and knowledge of yoga and healing. Meg shares her insights with others to help facilitate and guide them on their own journey of self-discovery through sound/music and movement. She sees music as a powerful vehicle for healing.

Meg performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist throughout the world. She has given master classes and workshops on piano, movement, yoga, and improvisation at The Eastman School of Music, Arizona State University, University of Hawaii, University of Massachusetts Lowell, University of Cuenca-Ecuador, Bowling Green State University, Steinway of Phoenix and Boston, at various music camps, community music schools and music teachers associations. Meg has also taught yoga at the YMCA and at various yoga studios in New York. 

Meg earned a Certificate as a Sound and Music Facilitator from the New York Open Center Sound and Music Institute 2012 whose founder and director was Don Campbell, the author of the best selling book, The Mozart Effect. Meg’s teachers included Don Campbell and Joshua Leeds, who wrote The Power of Sound. Additional faculty Meg trained with for her certification include Grammy Award winning new age cellist and composer, David Darling, and John Beaulieu, who manufacturers tuning forks and wrote Human Tuning.  She studied Indigenous Healing with Pat Moffitt Cook, Healing through the Voice with Silvia Nakkach, and Sacred Drumming with Layne Redmond, among other distinguished faculty.