Terry Barber

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Terry Barber is an American countertenor.

Career[edit]

Barber has performed on some of the world's most prestigious stages including New York City's Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, and Avery Fisher Hall; Moscow's Svetlanov Hall and London's Queen Elizabeth Hall.[citation needed]

Barber has worked with many of the music industry's songwriters, composers and producers. He has appeared on albums with award-winning musicians such as Chaka Khan, Madonna and Cyndi Lauper.[citation needed]

Barber was a full-time member of the Grammy-winning ensemble Chanticleer and has been featured on recordings for many major recording labels including Sony Classical, Warner Teldec, EMI, Dorian, Edition Lilac, and Columbia Records and his own record label, rEvolv Music.[citation needed]

He received his Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University and holds a Master's degree in music performance from London's Trinity College of Music. After receiving his Master's, Barber accepted a position at the college to teach advanced vocal ensembles.[1][2]

In 2009 Barber founded the nonprofit organization Artists for a Cause[3] which creates professional and educational opportunities for visual and performing artists whenever their art is being used for community improvement.[4]

Discography[citation needed][edit]

  • Reflections, 1998
  • Joy: A Holiday Collection, 1999
  • Buddha Bar Presents Living Theater vol. 2, 2002
  • Crossing the Stone, 2003
  • Kapsberger & Zipoli: The Jesuit Operas, 2003
  • Buddha Bar Presents Living Theater vol. 3, 2003
  • Vocalise, 2004
  • Purcell: Dido & Aeneas, 2004
  • Dance Culture, 2005
  • Simply Christmas, 2005
  • Songs She Loved (Volumes I & II), 2007
  • This Town, 2008
  • Pergolesi: Stabat Mater, 2008
  • A Sacred Journey, 2010

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