Terence Marciano is a captivating performer residing in Ithaca, New York. He enjoys a versatile performance career connecting diverse audiences with his music, corroborating his philosophy that music is not restricted by language, gender, race, and anything else separating humans.
As a classical guitarist, he has performed solo works by J.S Bach, Augustin Barrios, Fernando Sor, and others under the study of Dr. Pablo Cohen and Dr. Jeremy Harding. In addition he is an active chamber musician, performing in flute and voice duos, as well as the Ithaca College Guitar Ensemble.
This summer, Terence will be attending the Domaine Forget Académie de Musique et de danse, where he will study with world class faculty members including Lorenzo Micheli, Bruce Holzman, and Jean Vallieres. This prestigious festival involves masterclasses, chamber music study, and solo performances by faculty and students alike.
Terence can also be seen performing folk music as the front man in his string band Albert Moses Gravy Train. They have performed extensively around the Finger Lakes region and will be performing at the Ithaca Festival in May.