Terri Sundberg is Professor of Flute at the University of North Texas College of Music. She has been a featured concerto soloist at the Jeju International Music Festival in Korea, is a recipient of a State Department grant for performing and teaching in China and has performed extensively in New York City as soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, including performances at Lincoln Center/Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall and Carnegie Hall. She played for 13 years with the Crested Butte Opera Orchestra and Crested Butte Festival Symphony Orchestra and toured the West Coast with the North Coast Chamber Players, a mixed wind/string chamber ensemble.
Professor Sundberg has served as faculty at several international music festivals, and has presented masterclasses and performed solo and chamber recitals across the United States and abroad, including concerts in Chile, China, Korea, South Africa, Mexico, Austria, Ireland, England, France, Kosovo, Brazil, and the Philippines. She has been a guest artist at flute festivals across the United States, including St. Louis, New Mexico, Illinois, Iowa, California, Oklahoma and Texas, and has been a featured artist, teacher, and adjudicator at numerous National Flute Association conventions. She has played principal flute with the Orchestra Sinfonica de Mineria in Mexico City, Eisenstadter Sommerakademie in Austria, New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra, and also has played with the Fort Worth Symphony, Dallas Opera, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, and Metropolitan Ballet Orchestra.
Professor Sundberg’s studio is one of the most successful in the nation, and her students have won numerous professional orchestra and premier military band positions, tenure track and lecturer university positions, summer festival positions, and fellowships. Her students have also won competition prizes across the country including multiple prizes in the National Flute Association Young Artist Competition and 1st prizes in the N.F.A Orchestral Excerpt Competition, N.F.A. Piccolo Artist Competition, Myrna W. Brown Artist Flute Competition, Mid-South Flute Competition, Upper Midwest Flute Competition, Austin Flute Society Young Artist, Flute Society of Kentucky Young Artist, Central Ohio Young Artist, Florida Collegiate Young Artist, Kentucky Flute Society Young Artist, Atlanta Flute Club Young Artist, Atlanta Flute Club Carl D. Hall piccolo competition, San Diego Flute Guild Artist Gold Competition, Young Texas Artist Competition, Music Teacher’s National Association Young Artist Competition, Texas Music Teachers Instrumental Concerto Competition, Texas Music Teachers Solo Repertoire Competition, Entergy Music Competition, UNT Concerto Competition, Chautauqua Sigma Alpha Iota Concerto Competition, Irvin Monroe Flute Competition, Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition, and the Rotary Fellowship Competition.
Terri Sundberg attended the Yale University School of Music, Royal Conservatory of Music Orchestral Training Program, and Lawrence Conservatory. Her principal teachers have included Jeanne Baxtresser, Thomas Nyfenger, Ernestine Whitman, James Walker, and Timothy Day. She is a co-author of "Children After War: A Novel Approach to Promoting Resilience Through Music" recently highlighted in the Traumatology journal, and has great passion for her work on the board of the Shropshire Music Foundation, whose mission is to foster ethnic tolerance, promote peace, and improve the quality of life for children and adolescents of wartorn countries through the establishment of ongoing music education and performance programs: https://www.shropshirefoundation.org/. She has also served on the Board of Directors of the National Flute Association.