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“The child must know that he is a miracle,
that since the beginning of the world there has
never been, and until the end of the world there
will not be, another child like him.”
~Pablo Casals
Meg Fox began playing the violin at the age of 5. Classical music performance background includes solo recitals,
chamber music and orchestral concerts with organizations such as Carmel Bach Festival, Ernst Krenek Music
Festival, Monday Evening Concerts for the Southern California Chamber Music Society, live radio broadcasts for
KFAC-FM Sunday Concerts, The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Association of Composers, U.S.A., and the
American Society of University Composers. In addition, Meg has over 30 years of experience playing for the Motion
Picture, Television, Recording and Live Concert industries. Her career has included a diverse range of performances
from live concerts with jazz legends including Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald to recordings for rhythm and blues
great Ray Charles and rock and industry  icons such as Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt, Christopher Cross and
Madonna. Her work with studio orchestras such as MGM, Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios,
Walt Disney Pictures, 20th Century Fox, NBC/TPI, and Turner Entertainment /Television can be heard on an extensive
list of award winning Recordings , Television, and Motion Pictures.
Education and Resume
Artist's Statement

















Following her passion for visual art, Meg enrolled in independent educational workshops and in recent years has
attended private seminars and clinics exploring the significance of symbolism in art across the cultures. She traveled
to the Guangdong province of China with families adopting children from China. A desire to raise awareness for
Children In Need, Children’s Rights and the Prevention of Child Abuse inspired her to write the story
Meiying,
Beautiful Flower—a fairy tale based upon symbolism found in chinese art and folklore. She  performed a musical
puppet theater version of
Meiying, Beautiful Flower in venues including chapters of Families With Children from China.
Workshops included advanced study of  letterforms and music notation as language at the  Abbey St. Pierre de
Solesmes, France where she attended The Gregorian Schola Program-Study of Gregorian Chant “Sung Speech”  
under thedirection of Dom Jean Claire and
Dom Daniel Saulnier OSB Director of Palaeography and professor at the
Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music Rome.  Dom Daniel Saulnier is considered to be the world authority on chant .

It would be nearly a decade before this journey would lead to an awakening to the truth about  the trauma of abuse
in her own childhood and she would document her journey of healing through the arts with the project
Nettles and Deliverance.
Listen to Meg's studio
violin sound
HERE
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TRACK 11
“Goodnight Moon”  
St Vincent's Court:
Romance Dance;
Kim Carnes
re-released in 2003