Meg York grew up off-grid near the Village of Los Lunas, New Mexico surrounded by the sounds of Mexican, Spanish, Native American, and Jewish music.  Always drawn to eastern sounds and dance accompaniment, Meg has a Performance Degree from the University of New Mexico in Clarinet, Flute and Flamenco Accompaniment.  She has toured Turkey and Mexico playing western classical, flamenco, and world fusion music.  Her passion is dance accompaniment. 


Meg directs the international music and dance workshop Tarab Retreat. 


Artist in Residence:

Denver, CO:  The Athena Project, Bella Diva Dance, Roshni and Yo-Yo Ma “R is For Refugee”, Colorado Friends of Old Time Music and Dance, Denver Sister Cities Worldwide Festival Director, 

Nueva Escuela De Musica Aurora, CO

Bella Diva Dance, Glendale, CO

Blue Sage Arts, Paonia, CO

Pomegranate Studios, Santa Fe, NM.

Mendocino California Middle Eastern Music and Dance Camp

Mendocino California Eastern European Folklife Center

Stockton California International Camp

Society for Creative Anachronisms

Presenting Member of Society for Ethnomusicology


Founder, Farabi Persian Ensemble with Ahmad Soufiani, Shahrzad Khorsandi and David Taylor Zikr Dance.


Music and dance build mindfulness and community bridges

between the past and the future,

so vital in our modern times.