Jason Terry, as a solo and collaborative pianist, Dr. Jason Terry has given performances throughout the United States, Canada, France, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, and various countries in Central Asia. He often collaborates with soprano, Angela Yoon. For the past two years, Terry has been invited to the Middle East to teach applied piano and literature courses as well as perform at institutes and universities in the region.
With a passion to teach, Jason has taught both private and group piano lessons, as well as a variety of theory, musicology, and piano pedagogy and literature courses at the collegiate level. Additionally, he is the former director of Midlands Music Academy, a full-band/orchestra academy in South Carolina.
He is active as a music researcher and has presented at conferences in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia. His research on the origin of the plagal-amen cadence has been accepted for presentation at a number of conferences, including those hosted in Oxford, Vienna, Rome, Canterbury, and Birmingham (U.K.), among others. Furthermore, he has presented on church music topics throughout the U.S., France, and Asia.
Dr. Terry is currently Assistant Professor of Music at Bradley University where he teaches both piano and musicology courses. Concurrent appointments include Teaching/Artist Faculty for American Voices and Instructor of Piano for Discover Melody, an online-conservatory based out of New York and Beijing.