Jordan College of Fine Arts
School of Music

Brett Terrell, guitar

Terrell

A classical guitarist, Brett Terrell has been teaching for over 20 years and became an adjunct instructor at the Jordan College of Music in 1979. He studied philosophy as an undergraduate. After college he began a serious study of the classic guitar. He studied composition in master classes with Leo Brouwer, Stephen Dodgson, and Reginald Smith-Brindle, and also studied privately with Herb Guy and Javier Calderon. He has performed in master classes under Pepe Romero, Manuel Lopez-Ramos, and Manuel Barrueco.

Mr. Terrell has performed locally at Clowes Hall, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Eiteljorg Museum, Christ Church Cathedral, and the Marion County Central Library. He has also concertized in Chicago and Ann Arbor as well as throughout the state.

Mr. Terrell was founding father of the Indiana Society of the Classic Guitar and a past president of that organization. He is also a member of the American String Teachers Association, the Guitar Foundation of America, the Mid-American Guitar Society, and the musical fraternity Pi Kappa Lambda.

(317) 940-9287
bterrell@butler.edu