Meaghan Burke is both a soloist and a member of groups such as the string quartet The Rhythm Method and the improvisatory trio Dead Language. She seeks out meaningful collaborations with composers from a wide variety of idioms and practices: from intricate graphic scores by Leah Asher to science fiction micro-operas by Alex Temple, from immersive sound art pieces by Bernd Klug to hushed meditations by Scott Wollschleger. She has been a guest artist with Lucy Shelton, Erik Friedlander, Fred Sherry, Greg Saunier (of Deerhoof), the FLUX Quartet, and many other artists in Europe and the US, and has also worked closely with composers such as Muhal Richard Abrams, Butch Morris, Alvin Singleton, Petr Kotik, Philippe Manoury, and John Zorn. Meaghan Burke holds an M.M. from the Manhattan School of Music (Contemporary Performance Program), an M.A. from the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna in Austria, and a B.A. from Yale.