Carole Terry Symposium Celebrates Longtime UW Organ Professor  

Carole Terry Festival schedule

The American Guild of Organists - Seattle Chapter, in partnership with St. Mark's Cathedral and Epiphany Parish of Seattle, joins with current and former students and colleagues this month to present a symposium honoring UW Organ Professor Carole Terry.

The celebration, May 25 through 27 at St. Mark's Cathedral and Epiphany Parish, includes performances and lectures by notable artists and scholars. Featured guests include Dr. Kimberly Marshall, Joseph Adam, Robert Huw Morgan, Rose Whitmore, Craig Sheppard, Donna Shin, Rhonda Kline, Judy Tsou, Tekla Cunningham, and more.

"All are welcome to join us as we celebrate Dr. Terry to kick off her 40th year of artistry and pedagogy," says Natalie Ham, a UW Music graduate student and a lead organizer of the symposium.

More information is available here.


Friends, colleagues, and former and current students of Dr. Terry may submit messages and memories to Natalie Ham at celebratedrcaroleterry@gmail.com by Monday, May 14 for inclusion in a compilation to be presented to Dr. Terry at the close of the celebration.  


Symposium Schedule Celebrating Dr. Carole Terry 

Friday, May 25, 2018
Hosted by St. Mark’s Cathedral 
1245 10th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102

7:30 pm Concert on the Flentrop at St. Mark’s Cathedral 

Saturday, May 26, 2018
Hosted by Epiphany Parish of Seattle 
1805 38th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

10 am Keynote featuring Kimberly Marshall 

11:15 am Women in Music Panel, featuring guest artists and Dr. Carole Terry. Moderated by Professor Donna Shin (UW) 

2 pm Chamber concert featuring Dr. Terry’s colleagues 

3:30 pm Masterclass, jointly led by Drs. Carole Terry and Kimberly Marshall 

7:30 pm The University of Washington Baroque Ensemble Concert, featuring selections from J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos 

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Hosted by Epiphany Parish of Seattle 
1805 38th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

5 pm Choral Evensong: Trinity Sunday and Recognition of Dr. Terry, Artist-in-Residence Sung by the Epiphany Choirs & Choristers