Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute
the Collective Voices Saxophone Ensemble, headed by Odean Pope. The
Collective was not only a working band but also a type of conservatory that
instilled an intense depth of musical knowledge. It was here that Terrence
learned all the advance theoretcial concepts that allowed him to essentially
"put the peices together".
In his relatively short career Terrence has been able to establish a rather
impresseive resume for himself and is already widely known as one of the best
young tenor saxophonists in Philadelphia. He has performed with such greats
as Benny Golson, Max Roach, Michael Brecker, James Carter, Eddie Green, Joe
Lovano, Butch Ballard (Legendary drummer who was a member of the Duke
Ellington & Count Basie Big Bands), Carl Grubbs, David Murray & Odean Pope
just to name a few.
Terrence performs regularly, both locally and abroad, with the highly accliamed
Odean Pope's "Odean's List", Odean Pope Saxophone Choir, his own groups, as
well as other various artists in and around the area. In addition to a very busy
work/traveling schedule, Brown still takes the time to invest in Philadelphia's
musical youth by teaching music lessons, during the week and on Saturdays
at the Philadephia Clef Club of Jazz and at Music and Arts Centers.
To compliment to his rigorous teaching schedule, he is also working on a new
project which houses the more popular musical stylings of nu-jazz, neo soul,
hip-hop, easy listening, and pop. Lookout for his long awaited, forthcoming CD
entitled "Guess Who"