Terri Wehmeyer, D.M.A.

Education

  • D.M.A. in Euphonium Performance, University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music
    • Dissertation: 'A Comparison of English and American Works for Solo Euphonium Based on the Influence of the British Brass Band Tradition'
  • M.M. in Music History and Literature, University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music
    • Thesis: 'The Influence of the British Brass Band Tradition on Writing for Solo Euphonium'
  • M.M. in Euphonium Performance with an emphasis on pedagogy, Northwestern State University of Louisiana
  • B.M.E. in Instrumental Music Education (K-12), Ouachita Baptist University

Selected Presentations

  • Presented paper titled “What’s in a Name?:  Arthur Berger’s Theory of Atonality as Neoclassicism” at the 2016 College Music Society Great Plains Regional Chapter Conference 
  • Presented poster session titled “What’s in a Name?:  Arthur Berger’s Theory of Atonality as Neoclassicism” at the 2014 College Music Society National Conference
  • Recital Performer for the National Association of College Wind & Percussion Instructors National Conference, 2011
  • Presented paper titled “From Stravinsky to Copland: The Rite Road to the Development of American Modern Ballet” at the 2009 College Music Society Great Plains Regional Chapter Conference
  • Presented paper titled “From Stravinsky to Copland: The Rite Road to the Development of American Modern Ballet” at the 2008 American Musicological Society Midwest Chapter Fall Meeting
  • Guest Euphonium Artist at the Pittsburg State University “Tubapalooza,” 2016
  • Performed as part of a euphonium duet on the Guest Artists’ Recital at Missouri State University Low Brass Weekend, 2016
  • Solo Recital/Masterclass presentation at The University of Mobile, 2005

Related Experience

  • Founding member of the Fountain City Brass Band (Kansas City)
  • Founding member of Basso Profundo, a professional tuba/euphonium quartet based in Springfield, MO
  • Served as a clinician, adjudicator, and guest lecturer at a variety of events in the Midwest
  • Served as a guest performer with the Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra multiple times and the Drury University Wind Ensemble

Professional Organizations

  • American Musicological Assocation
  • College Music Society
  • National Association of College Wind & Percussion Instructors
  • International Tuba and Euphonium Association
  • Music Teachers' National Association
  • Missouri Music Teachers' Association

Honors and Awards

  • SBU Merit Bonus Recipient (Top Tier)
  • SBU Professional Development Awards in 2006
  • SBU M. Awad Scholarly Activity Fund Awards, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014

Church/Community Service

  • Attends First Baptist Church, Bolivar
    • Orchestra member