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Described as “spirited and intellectual,” musician Cecily Terhune enjoys a rewarding career performing, recording, and teaching music based in Indianapolis, Indiana. She concertizes regularly as a soloist and proud member of Audiodacity and the Hood/Terhune Duo among other groups.

When she’s not on stage, Terhune shares her passion for music by teaching private students and sectionals at Carmel and Noblesville High Schools, serving as a member of the Committee for Gender Equity in the North American Saxophone Alliance, and maintaining her educational YouTube channel.

Sought after for her drive and versatility, Terhune fulfills many roles as a recording artist for publishers like Hal Leonard, a solo recitalist concertizing as far away as Hyōgo, Japan, a jazz combo leader performing at the world-famous Chatterbox jazz club, and a bandswoman touring the Midwest with Audiodacity.

Notable performances include a European tour as the Ball State Jazz Lab Ensemble's lead alto saxophonist throughout Poland and the Czech Republic, a solo recital at Mukogawa Women's University in Osaka, Japan, two solo performances at the Chautauqua Institution in New York, and concerto performances with the Ball State Symphony Orchestra and the Kokomo Park BandAs a member of Audiodacity, she has performed at Summer Camp, Mile of Music, Resonance, LIVEstock, and Good People, Good Times music festivals.

Terhune completed her Master’s degree in music performance from the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati after previously completing both a Bachelor’s degree and an Artist Diploma in music performance from Ball State University

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