Lisa Terry, violoncello and viola da gamba, practices, performs and teaches in New York City, where she is a long-time member of ARTEK, Parthenia, and the Dryden Ensemble. She has performed with New York City Opera, Juilliard Opera Orchestra, Opera Lafayette, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Concert Royal, New York Collegium, American Classical Orchestra, Four Nations Ensemble, Santa Fe Pro Musica and Chicago Opera Theatre. She earned her degree in cello performance from Memphis State University and continued her studies in New York with Richard Taruskin, viol, and Harry Wimmer, cello. Ms. Terry appears to great acclaim as soloist in the Passions of J.S. Bach with orchestras throughout the northeast, notably under the batons of Robert Shaw and Lyndon Woodside in Carnegie Hall, in the Jonathan Miller staged performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and with the New York Collegium under the direction of Andrew Parrot. Ms. Terry teaches early music at the French-American School of Music in New York, and was viol instructor in the Historical Music Program at the State University of New York at Purchase College and at Columbia University. She has recorded for MSR Classics, Lyrichord, MHS, Newport Classics, Zefiro and Museovich Productions.






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