Terry Keevil, oboe, english horn, duduk, has performed with the Bach Aria Group, Lazar Gosman’s Tchaikovsky Orchestra, and the Manhatten Chamber Orchestra and Choir of Sacred Music.
He is currently a member of the improvisation group, Hidden City, The Constellation Trio, the chamber group North Shore Pro Musica, and the Phoenix Trio. Terry can be heard with David Darling and The Adagio Ensemble on the CD In Tune, released by The Relaxation Company, and with Hidden City on the internet site, Reverb Nation. He has free lanced in the New York metropolitan area and in Boston, including performances of operas, Bach cantatas, orchestral and chamber music works. Terry is on the faculty of the Community Music Program at SUNY Stony Brook. He is also a graduate of the Musicianship and Leadership Program with Music For People (www.musicforpeople.org), an organization devoted to music improvisation. Terry creates a context where students feel free to express their creativity and love through musical expression. He provides a structure and tunes into the dynamics of the group with appreciation and interest in what is developing, as well as being open to move in another direction.
Terry received a DMA from SUNY Stony Brook where he studied with Steve Taylor, and an MM from Stony Brook where he studied with Ronald Roseman. As an undergraduate, he attended Amherst College and received a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. He has a private teaching studio in Stony Brook. For more information, see his website, www.terrykeevil.com