Terrence Fay

Terrence Fay headshotTerrence B. Fay began studying trombone at the age of ten. He is an active soloist, performing as a soloist with the Wallingford Symphony, as well as in numerous recitals throughout the area. He is an active orchestral musician as assistant principal trombonist of the New Haven Symphony and principal trombonist of the Eastern Connecticut and New Britain Symphony Orchestras, while also performing with such groups as the Rhode Island Philharmonic, Orchestra New England, Opera Theater of Connecticut, MoscowState and Wisconsin Chamber Orchestras, and the Waterbury Symphony, among others. Mr. Fay has worked with such esteemed conductors as Kurt Masur, Sir Colin Davis, David Robertson, Robert Spano, and Bobby Mcferrin.

Mr. Fay is also an accomplished vocalist, having sung professionally for well over a decade. He has been a soloist most recently with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, as well as the choirs of St. John'sLutheranChurch, Stamford, Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington, and the Marquand Chapel Choir at the YaleDivinitySchool. He has been a member of the choirs of Christ Church, New Haven, Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington, and of the Grammy-award winning choir, Gaudeamus, while also performing frequently with MidAmerica Productions in New York City under the direction of John Rutter, among others. In 2011, he performed as a member of the Collegiate Chorale at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland in performances with Bryn Terfel and Barbara Frittoli, and the Bard Festival with the American Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Fay is currently a member of the Schola Cantorum of St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, Norwalk.

Mr. Fay is currently a Visiting Artist at PomperaugHigh School, and is on the faculty of the NeighborhoodMusicSchool, Choate Rosemary Hall, and the Universities of Bridgeport and New Haven.