Terri Boselli-Wyman, a northeast Ohio native, began her cello studies at the University of Akron under Henry P Smith while still a youth and became a member of the Akron Youth Symphony, under the direction of Paul Biss soon after. She went on to receive her collegiate training from the University of Akron with Jay Humeston, followed by ten years of private studies with Donald White of the Cleveland Orchestra. Terri was one of 200 cellists who performed in an all-cello orchestra under the direction of Mstislav Rostropovich at the First World Cello Congress, held at the University of Maryland in 1988. She performs with the Columbus Symphony, Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra, Newark-Granville Symphony Orchestra, New Albany Symphony Orchestra, Mansfield Symphony, Southeastern Ohio Symphony and the McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra. Additionally, Terri maintains a large cello studio in the Columbus area, freelances for several local music agencies, and serves on the faculty of the Chamber Music Connection in Worthington. Her students are members of the Columbus Symphony’s Youth, Cadet, Chamber Strings and Junior Strings orchestras. She has served as adjudicator for various local OMEA-sponsored events. Terri is the cellist for the Lyric String Quartet and the Silverwood Flute Trio and can be heard on the Delos and Coronet recording labels. She recently performed as the guest cellist on Mark Voris’s Whispers of Mary CD, recorded in the fall of 2016. Terri has performed with many famous entertainers and musicians; the highlight of which has been being stand partners with Yo-Yo Ma in 2008 with the Columbus Symphony.
Terri and her husband Andy reside in the northwest Columbus area with her “fur baby” Scooter. Favorite pastime activities include movies, reading, walking and chocolate!