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Scott was new to singing when he joined the chorus in 2016, inspired by seeing his daughters' musical and personal growth within the Hopewell Valley Youth Chorale. "From the moment the singing started, I was hooked," he recalls. 

Since then, he’s appreciated just how much that sense of community and fellowship is a core value of the chorus. When combined with the expert musicianship and unwavering encouragement of its Artist Director (Heather) and Pianist (Stefanie), the chorus a wonderful place to learn the techniques and the art of chorale singing. After six rewarding seasons, Scott was thrilled to be able to sing in the Masterwork Festival Chorus during Heather’s Carnegie Hall conducting debut in June 2019.


Scott has assisted with grant writing since his second season and has served as Vice President since 2019. He greatly enjoys working with HVC’s dedicated volunteers to fulfill HVC’s mission, “to provide opportunities for members to experience the joy of choral music, and to share that experience with others in our community.” 

Terry was born and raised on Boston’s South Shore, moved to New Jersey in 1979, and has lived in Flemington for the past 34 years.  She and her husband have two adult children and two granddaughters. She was a teacher of Special Education, 5th grade, and Adult Education for 34 years and retired in 2020.  Along with singing she enjoys walking, yoga, book club, taking on-line classes, and volunteering.  Singing around the piano was a family tradition growing up and recapturing the joy of singing through the Hopewell Valley Chorus keeps her spirit enriched and life engaged.


This will be Terry’s 15th year singing with the chorus (as 2nd soprano).  She previously served on the Board as HVC’s President for four years (2015-2018).

Terry Trubiano


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