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Su Terry - Creativity

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Su Terry 

has played and recorded with a variety of notable Jazz artists including Dr. Billy Taylor, Clark Terry, Charli Persip, Peggy Stern, Clifford Jordan, Melba Liston, Hilton Ruiz, Howard Johnson, Tim Price, Walter Bishop, Jr., Jaki Byard and Derwyn Holder.

She has also performed with Jazz VIPs such as Art Blakey, Carmen McRae, Jon Faddis, Lew Tabackin, Wynton Marsalis, Lew Soloff and Ray Barretto. She’s been a Jazz soloist with the National Symphony, the Brooklyn Philharmonic and the New York Pops, and has performed worldwide at venues such as The Montreux Jazz Festival, Nice Jazz Festival, Pori Jazz Festival, Northsea Jazz Festival, the Blue Note in Tokyo, Japan, Quasimodo in Berlin, Germany, Marian's Jazzclub in Bern, Switzerland, and Spice of Life in London, UK. In the States she has been a frequent performer at venues such as The Kennedy Center in Wash. D.C. and Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York.

Her discography currently contains over forty commercially released CDs. She’s the author of several music instruction books, and has received a number of grants and awards for her songwriting. Catch her regular column in the quarterly Jazz Inside Magazine. Sue’s other passion is for the martial arts---she’s a longtime practitioner of Taiji Quan and Qi Gong.  For More, see Su Terry.com

 
Su Terry's Masterclass is entitled "HOW TO BE "CREATIVE."  
The first principle is that creativity is not a static thing, but a process.
The second principle is that each individual must forge her or his own path to the Creative Source.
A caterpillar cannot borrow another caterpillar's chrysalis!  
This masterclass will explore techniques and exercises designed to make the first two principles accessible for the student.

 

 

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