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Terry LaBolt

Terry LaBolt

Musical Director, Musical Theatre Program

Bachelor of Music, Piano Performance, Conservatory of Music,
University of Cincinnati, 1977

tlabolt@indiana.edu


Terry LaBolt’s career as a Broadway conductor flourished in the 1980’s conducting shows such as 42nd Street, Hello, Dolly! (with Carol Channing), George M. (with Joel Grey), and Sugar Babies (with Ann Miller and Mickey Rooney). He is co-author of The Wonder Years — the Musical which enjoyed success Off-Broadway and in Los Angeles in the 1980’s. Endeavors at the keyboard include The Fantasticks (original Off-Broadway production) and tough touring shows such as The Phantom of the Opera, Evita, Aida and most currently Mamma Mia. He performed the area premiere of Keith Emerson’s Piano Concerto #1 with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in 2001. In addition he was the music director of musical theatre for the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music for more than ten years, conducting and supervising over 30 productions there.