Terry Brock has a diverse background which includes multiple choreographic works and an international performing career. She has performed and taught at tap dance festivals worldwide, from New York City, through Canada and Europe, and is currently artistic adviser for the Vancouver Tap Society, BC, Canada. The 2010 Winter Olympics featured Terry’s Canadian tap students in the opening ceremony viewed by millions worldwide.
She has shared the stage with legendary stars including Gregory Hines, The Nicholas Brothers, Ben Vereen, and Shirley MacLaine to name a few. Terry has choreographed and performed with the famous Duke Ellington’s son, Mercer Ellington, and has created repertory for the Oregon Symphony and appeared with the San Francisco and Seattle symphonies. Terry is regarded as one of the leading female tap contemporaries today, having been honored at UCLA along with her idols Eleanor Powell and Ginger Rogers. Terry is also the conservator of Miss Powell’s choreography, and is the chosen recipient of “Ellie’s” tap shoes and travel trunk.
Terry will be teaching Weekend Workshops and performing in the 20th Anniversary Gala.