Trumpeter Terry Szor has served on the brass department faculty of the Music Advancement Program since 1997 and currently conducts the MAP Wind Ensemble. As a freelance musician, Mr. Szor has appeared with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, Brooklyn Philharmonic, the Bronx Arts Ensemble among many others. He has performed for several Broadway shows, Radio City Music Hall, numerous television and radio commercials and soundtracks for video games. As a member of the award winning (Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music Award, Fischoff, etc.) Saturday Brass Quintet, Mr. Szor performed recitals and led educational programs at such venues as The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He performs as the principal trumpet with Opera Saratoga, Hudson Valley Philharmonic and the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players. As a freelance educator he has taught and performed extensively in the NYC area through the Center for Arts Education, New York Young Audiences, Midori and Friends, and Queens Symphony Orchestra, among others. He is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music.