Flamenco Pacifico to perform music from their debut album in #Corvallis at the Majestic Theatre on Jan. 27/28th w special guest artists! This rare event is not to be missed!!! Tickets available here: http://bit.ly/2ht7mtM

Posted by Flamenco Pacifico on Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Saturday, December 3, 2016
Ashland, Oregon

The Southern Oregon University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Terry Longshore, will record Stanford University composer Mark Applebaum’s Clicktrack, to be released on a forthcoming CD by the composer.

SOU Percussion Ensemble Steps Portrait web

Friday, December 2, 7:30pm
Ashland, Oregon
Southern Oregon University Music Recital Hall

Stay tuned…it’s gonna be good!

November 9-12, 2016
Indianapolis, Indiana

I will be working with the New Music & Research Committee and looking forward to seeing friends and colleagues, taking in lots of amazing music, and connecting with prospective students.


Wednesday, October 26 – Saturday, October 29, 2016
Northern California Tour

Wednesday, October 26, 8:00pm
Gold Lion Arts
Sacramento, California

Friday, October 28, 8:00pm
Concert – Center for New Music
San Francisco, California

Saturday, October 29
2:00pm – Workshop & Master Class
7:30pm – Concert
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
CCRMA – Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics

Other dates/locations TBA


Flute and percussion duo, Caballito Negro, (with special guest Left Edge Percussion) presents “Resist”, a diverse concert program utilizing six flutes, a truckload of percussion, spoken word, film and images. Resist is a passionate interplay of contemporary chamber groove and creative narratives, defining the word’s meaning and freight from surprising sources. Caballito Negro is also conducting workshops at schools such as Stanford University, offering a fresh look into how to make chamber music. The duo, flutist Tessa Brinckman and percussionist Terry Longshore, perform intercultural work, in a fearless, ecstatic blend of modern and traditional aesthetics. Inspired by Federico García Lorca’s poem, Canción de Jinete (1860), the duo collaborates with many prominent, innovative artists, creating contemporary music that pushes the flute and percussion repertoire to new heights, and always in the spirit of duende.