Terry Moore

Violin, Viola Teacher

Terry Moore

SAA Member

Terry Moore is from Rochester, Minnesota and has music degrees from Indiana University and The Catholic University of America. His violin teachers include Daniel Guilet, Dorothy DeLay and Lorand Fenyves. He served in the U.S. Army “Strolling Strings”, performing frequently in the White House for the President.

Previously Moore was a member of the Toronto Symphony and for nine years was Concertmaster of the Florida Orchestra where he also founded the Youth Orchestra in Tampa.  He has performed with orchestras in Richmond, Aspen, Grand Rapids, Flagstaff and the Sarasota Opera. He was a faculty member at Hope College in Holland, Michigan and is also a composer, arranger and a frequent chamber music performer. Terry Moore has served as Concertmaster of the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra from 1993 to 1999 and from 2004 to 2019.  During 2011 – 2012 Terry was on the HHSO Search Committee for a new conductor and was appointed as the Artistic Director for the Season. His wife, Sarah Schenkman, is an accomplished cellist.

He has performed the Barber, Bach E Major, Bruch G Minor and Mendelssohn Concertos, Bruch’s “Scottish Fantasy” and Miklos Rozsa’s Theme and Variations. In a previous review, Sterling Adams complimented Moore’s playing of Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy” as “notable for its beauty of tone and skillful negotiation of double stops, sweeping arpeggios, trills and runs . . . the exceptional technical demands of the second and final movements were met with masterful control.”