Terry is teaching Piano Technique, Handbells, coaching a Chamber Group and accompanying Vocal Duets
"Terry is extraordinarily organized, prepared and supportive. He is humorous, engaging and patient. I loved learning this new skill and will absolutely take this class again next year. Turns out Hand Bells ROCK! Thank you Terry!!" Participant, 2016 LFM camp
Terry Head is the Director of Music at First-St. Andrew’s United Church, in London, Ontario, and has been in music ministry for almost twenty-five years. He holds a Master of Sacred Music Degree from Victoria University, at the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Western University, as well as A.R.C.T. diplomas in both performing and teaching disciplines. He has also completed post-graduate work at the Royal Conservatory of Music in the Artist-Teacher Diploma Program at the Glenn Gould Professional School and is also a Colleague with the Royal Canadian College of Organists. Terry been a private studio teacher for many years and has accompanied numerous instrumentalists and singers over the years. He has played handbells in choirs, ensembles, and as part of a duo. As well, he has been a guest conductor for handbell festivals in both Ontario and Halifax.
As the Director of Music, Terry oversees a busy music program with several performing groups within the church, including the Senior Choir, the Laudamus Bell Choir, the junior choirs, the FSA Strings, and is artistic director of the Friends of Music Concert Series, which has been a long-standing program at First-St. Andrew’s. Being able to share the joy of working on and presenting major choral works like Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Mozart masses, and other works to congregations and audiences, is one of life’s sincere pleasures.
Terry is also past chair of Music United, the United Church of Canada’s national organization for supporting musicians within the church at both national and local levels, as well as being a member of the Board for the Ontario Guild of English Handbell Ringers.
Next music campAugust 11 - 18, 2019 ~~~read NEWS here~~~
* La Scena Musicale, 2019 * CBC Radio interview, 2018 * Jazz and World Music, 2017 * Spotlight on Strings, 2016 * Active Senior’s Digest, 2016* The Link, 2016 * Toronto Life, 2016 * Musical America, 2016* A Choral Experience, 2015* Everything Zoomer, 2015 * CAA Magazine, 2015* Reader’s Digest, 2014* Making Music Magazine, 2011* The Music Scene, 2011
Lake Field Music camp for adult amateurs
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