began piano instruction at the age of ten in Evansville, Indiana. Two years later, her education expanded to include organ lessons with Mark X. Hatfield, also of Evansville. While living there, Ms. Meredith twice won first place in the local AGO chapter competition and also performed on the organ with the Evansville Philharmonic Youth Orchestra in a concert for the 1997 Region V AGO Convention. The following year, she played Alexander Guilmant's First Symphony for organ and orchestra with the ensemble.
Ms. Meredith entered the preparatory program at the Shepherd School of Music as a junior in high school, studying with Dr. Clyde Holloway. As a high school senior, she performed solo organ works and accompanied her high school choir in concert at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City. Upon graduating from high school, Ms. Meredith continued her organ studies with Dr. Holloway and obtained her BM at the Shepherd School of Music.
During her freshman year at The Shepherd School, she won first place in the undergraduate division of the William C. Hall Pipe Organ Competition at First Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas and at the end of her sophomore year, she was the winner of the Region VII AGO/Quimby Regional Competition for Young Organists. In 2002, she was a featured rising star recitalist at the national convention of the American Guild of Organists in Philadelphia. She has also performed solo recitals in Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Houston, Texas.
Ms. Meredith currently studies organ with David Higgs at the Eastman School of Music as a first-year masters student. She is active in the Eastman Rochester Organ Initiative project and serves as Director of Music at St. George's Episcopal Church in Hilton, NY.