Terence Reynolds

Terence Reynolds

Adjunct Professor of Chamber Music


Instrumental Studies, Brass, Center for Chamber Music Studies

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Terence Reynolds is an adjunct instructor of horn and chamber music at the University of North Texas. He is an original member of the Dallas Opera Orchestra horn section. He performs regularly with Texas Winds Musical Outreach, the Basically Beethoven Festival and numerous other Metroplex groups. He was a member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for 15 years. He has performed with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Montana Chamber Music Festival, Dallas Summer Musicals, and Casa Mañana Orchestra. He also toured with orchestras for Frank Sinatra and Andrea Bocelli. He teaches privately in the Allen, Plano and Richardson school districts.

He holds a bachelor of music degree from the University of North Texas where he was the Pi Kappa Lambda outstanding sophomore music major and a master of music degree from Southern Methodist University. He studied with Clyde Miller, James London and Gregory Hustis.