Dr. Dillon Meacham is an accomplished bassoonist, teacher, and audio/video producer whose diverse orchestral career includes performing with the Hartford Symphony, Greater Bridgeport Symphony, Colorado Springs Philharmonic, New World Symphony, and Symphony in C, along with his active freelance work. He also performs frequently with the New York Kammermusiker and Maryland Chamber Winds around the country for a wide variety of audiences. Dr. Meacham gave the acclaimed premiere of a new Concertino for bassoon and orchestra composed by Michael Torke with the Albany Symphony Orchestra. He earned his doctorate from Stony Brook University, and also holds degrees from the Yale School of Music, The Juilliard School, and the Peabody Conservatory. He has been privileged to study with Frank Morelli, Phillip Kolker, and Barbara Duke.