Meredith Eib



Meredith Eib grew up on the beautiful Seacoast of New Hampshire and then relocated to Washington, DC to complete her Bachelors of Music in Musical Theater at Catholic University’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music.  Meredith started singing at an early age; joining a classical children’s chorus at 7 years old and continuing her training throughout her education.

In addition to her performing endeavors, Meredith has a deep interest and extensive experience in service related activities.  She has given her time and shared her music with the Little Sister's of the Poor, Armed Forces Retirement Home, Bethlehem House Inc., the Best Buddies Organization and more.  While at Catholic University, Meredith felt a desire to incorporate her love for service with her love for performing and so created The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music’s first interdisciplinary minor, Music as a Form of Education and Service.  Upon graduation from Catholic University, Meredith was awarded the President’s Award, the highest award given to a graduating student based on scholarship, commitment to community and service.  

Meredith continues to perform professionally in the DC and New England area and is currently spending three days a week teaching music to students ages 3 to 14 at Holy Redeemer School in Kensington, MD.  She continues to study voice professionally with Dr. Rachelle Fleming, and offers private voice and piano lessons to young, aspiring singers.  She is extremely excited to see where her combined loves of faith, music, theatre and more take her.  


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