Dolphin Sound
Living Well and Making Music on the Big Island
About Us
Aloha and mahalo for your interest in Dolphin Sound!

Music and sound have been the lifelong passion of Dolphin Sound's founder, Meg Sibley. Her musical education includes four years studying voice and fiddle in Sweden and a Master of Music degree from the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At Longy, she studied Dalcroze Eurhythmics, a holistic method of teaching music and movement. She also studied voice and discovered her passion for chant and vocal improvisation.

Currently, Meg lives, works and plays in South Kona on the Big Island of Hawai'i, where she is inspired by her frequent interactions with dolphins and whales, her beautiful community of friends, and the amazing energy of the island. She studies violin with Ursula Vietze, concertmaster of the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra. She also teaches voice and violin in her own music studio. See Lessons for a description of offerings.

The vision of the Dolphin Sound Dome came to Meg in 2006 during a meditation at a Women in Leadership retreat in Santa Cruz, CA.  Since then, she has held space for the vision of creating this facility and making it available to the world. Listen to Mermaid Song, recorded live on Kealakekua Bay with Meredith Heller, to hear what the Dome will sound like.