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JellieFish Productions

Passionate DJ's with a focus to create and blend music you love and know best.

We PRIDE ourselves on our diverse music backgrounds to mix the perfect soundtrack for your special event.  We are former and current radio programmers & producers, on-air radio personalities, sound technicians, musicians, singers, mix specialists, voice-over artists and above all else, passionate!

We perform at over 200 events a year:  from some of the most EPIC weddings, to small anniversaries and corporate parties. We adapt, adjust, and mix on the fly while properly reading your crowd.

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She is a member of the LaPorte Symphony (as well as orchestra liaison) and performs with the Rockford, IL Symphony as well as many other orchestras in Michigan and Indiana. Meg is active as a freelance harpist (known for playing Metallica on request) in Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois and as a private instructor in Southwest Michigan.

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Meg Rodgers comes from a varied and unique musical background. She started piano lessons at the age of 4, flute lessons at 9 years, harp lessons at 13, and trombone at 14. She continued to study all of these instruments at the collegiate level branching out into jazz as well as classical.

After deciding on harp as her major, Meg went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Harp Performance from DePauw University with Harriet Moore and a Master’s Degree in Harp Performance from Northwestern University with Elizabeth Cifani. She also studied in Vienna, Austria with Adhelaide Blovsky-Miller, Principal Harpist of the Vienna State Opera as well as spending a summer at the Salzedo Harp Colony studying under Miss Alice Chalifoux.

Meg has performed in ensembles for artists such as: Amy Grant, Dennis DeYoung, the Three Irish Tenors, Clay Aiken and recently completed a 7 concert tour of China with the South Shore Orchestra.

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