Biography of Frazor Terence:
Terence Frazor currently holds the position of Music Director and Conductor of the Laredo Philharmonic Orchestra in Texas. He has appeared as guest conductor with some of the leading orchestras of North and South America, including the Sao Paulo State Symphony (Brazil), the UNAM (Mexico City) Philharmonic, the St. Louis Symphony, the San Antonio Symphony (Texas) the Brooklyn Philharmonia, the Caramoor Festival Orchestra (New York State) and the American Symphony Orchestra (New York City). In Europe, Mr. Frazor has conducted the Mozarteum Orchestra (Austria), Orchestre Nationale de Monaco, the Zurich Symphony Orchestra, the Georgian Chamber Orchestra (Germany), the Ingolstadt Philharmonic (Germany) and the Bournemouth Sinfonietta (England). Mr. Frazor began his professional conducting career as assistant conductor to the legendary Leopold Stokowski and the American Symphony Orchestra. He later held the position of Music Director of New York City's Bel Canto Opera Company, where he led productions from the standard repertoire as well as many lesser known works. Mr. Frazor studied at Montreal's McGill University with Alexander Brott and continued his musical studies with Igor Markevitch in Monaco. Terence Frazor is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music in New York City.