Violist Terry Langdon is a long-time member of the Indianapolis Symphony’s viola section, and an active teacher and chamber musician the Indianapolis area. Her students, mostly high school-aged, have gone on to be music majors or to continue playing as non-majors at excellent colleges and universities. She is president of Indianapolis Matinee Musicale, an organization which sponsors recitals and competitions for young musicians. Other volunteer activities include teaching Sunday School, and serving as the treasurer for the Indianapolis Symphony Players Association.
For the academic year 2015-2016, Terry taught at DePauw University as a sabbatical replacement. Terry Langdon’s teaching affiliations also include her home studio, the Quattro String Academy, New World Youth Orchestra, the ISO’s side by side program, and coaching violists for Music For All. She served for many years on the faculty of the MasterWorks Festival. During the summer of 2017, she played with the Yellow River Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Timothy Su in Zhengzhou, China
Terry Langdon holds music performance degrees from Indiana University and Yale University.