Meg Burstow is a versatile Brisbane-based pianist who enjoys a diverse career as a performer, accompanist, and educator.   

A graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University where she studied both Classical and Jazz Piano, Meg was the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Conservatorium Medal, as well as the Sid SJ Bromley Jazz Award for Outstanding Student, the Victoria Chalmers Education Award, and the Sir Samuel Griffith Scholarship. 


Meg has extensive experience performing for weddings and corporate events, and is available for booking as a soloist, duo, or larger group.  Past clients have included QANTAS, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Griffith University, and the Queensland Government.  

As a freelance musician, she is a capable player in a broad range of styles including jazz, blues, salsa, and pop music.  Current projects include 10-piece salsa band Salseros, Indian fusion artist Menaka, and Americana blues guitarist Nate Sapian.

As a pianist and Musical Director for musical theatre, Meg is looking forward to working on several productions in 2021, including Lesbian Love Stories and Women in Voice, both at the Brisbane Powerhouse, and She's The Voice at the Redland Performing Arts Centre.

Meg is also an experienced accompanist for both soloists and choirs, and plays regularly for AMEB exams, auditions, and school concerts.

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Remarkable music graduate wins Conservatorium Medal

September 20, 2019

Louise Crossen, Griffith University

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Life after uni: Meg Burstow, piano

October 15, 2019

Stephanie Eslake, CutCommon magazine

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