Terry Lynn Hudson
Terry Lynn Hudson is on the piano faculty at Baylor University, where her duties include applied and class piano instruction and administrative service as Director of Secondary Keyboard Studies. A native of Maryland, she began her formal musical study at the Peabody Preparatory and completed the institution’s Advanced Certificate program in piano. She earned degrees in Piano Performance from James Madison University, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and the University of Texas at Austin, where she was named the Couper Presidential Scholar in Piano Performance. Dr. Hudson is a committed performer, regularly presenting recitals as soloist, duo pianist, and chamber musician in the U.S. and abroad. Recent engagements in London, Paris, Munich, Bremen, San Diego, San Antonio, Columbia (SC), and Baltimore have highlighted her affinity for French piano literature and contemporary ensemble works. Other professional activity includes presentations and lecture-recitals at conferences of The College Music Society, Music Teachers National Association, Group Piano/Piano Pedagogy Forum, and Texas Music Educators Association. She is published in American Music Teacher, MTNA E-Journal, and College Music Symposium. Dr. Hudson currently serves as National Secretary of CMS and was Program Chair for the 2012 National Conference in San Diego.