Tyler Merideth

Hello. My name is Tyler Merideth and I am a music educator who has taught both Junior High and High School choir and orchestra in both the private and public setting since 2006. Through my experience in the classroom, I have developed a love for composing. This is a landing page where you can find original compositions and arrangements for sale, pictures from past performances, and a way to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you. Below is my formal bio:

Tyler Merideth earned both a B.M. cum laude in Church Music and a M.M. in Music Education from Belmont University.  At Hillwood High School since 2019, Merideth teaches Choir, Orchestra, and AP Music Theory and serves as the Visual and Performing Arts Chair.  In 2022, Merideth won the MNPS Student’s Choice Academy Teacher of the year and was one of 30 music educators that received the CMA Foundation Music Teacher of Excellence.

Merideth is known for his dynamic conducting and creative approach to teaching, having guest conducted honor choirs in Tennessee and West Virginia and orchestras in Tennessee and Indiana. He has also been an integral part of the W.O. Smith Music School Summer Camp since 2008. As a collaborative pianist, Merideth has contributed annually to the Tennessee All-State Choirs since 2005 and performed with the 2020 ACDA Southern Region Junior High Honor Choir in Mobile, Alabama. Merideth has also taught adjunct music courses at both Lipscomb and Belmont University. He currently serves as the program director of the Nashville Children’s Choir and the Director of the MNPS Summer Choir Clinic. His published compositions and arrangements have been performed across the United States and abroad. 

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