Terry Wolff, alto flute
Terry Wolff received her B.A. in flute performance from California State University at Northridge in 1981. She has studied with Louella Howard, Gretel Shanley, Jim Walker and has performed in masterclasses for Jean Pierre-Rampal and Goran Marcusson. Terry has performed with the UCLA, CSUN and Burbank Orchestra's and has been a studio musician for film, television and radio.
Terry freelances in the greater Los Angeles area where she has performed with the Moorpark Orchestra, Gold Coast Wind Ensemble, Pipe Dream Flutes and Friends, Song of the Angels Flute Orchestra and The Jewel City Flute Orchestra. In 2006, Terry performed in the West Coast premiere of Ed Lojeski's Missa Americana at the Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, Ca. In 2009, Terry performed in Vienna, Austria with the Westminster Chamber Orchestra and Pipe Dream Flutes for the International Haydn Festival playing two premieres: Calculated Chaos Phase II (for flute ensemble), composed by George Roumanis and Psalms of the Passover (for orchestra/choir) composed by Ed Lojeski. In 2011 she performed in Hawaii which featured two more world premieres by George Roumanis and Ed Lojeski to honor the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Terry has studied jazz flute with Ali Ryerson and has also been a participant in the Jazz Flute classes in Hidden Valley Carmel, Ca. Terry has been on staff with NBC Universal Studios Music Department for 33 years.