Terry Jolley is currently serving as Fine Arts Director and Co-Director of the Stewarts Creek High
School Band in Smyrna, Tennessee. Prior to this position, he served the Director of Development at The Band Hall
and served as the Director of Education and Brass Supervisor/Arranger for The Music City Drum and Bugle Corps.
Mr. Jolley was recruited as the Supervisor of the Extended School Program for Murfreesboro City Schools which
involved over 3,000 students from K-6. Prior to Adminstration and Development, he spent over twenty years in
the music education profession at multiple levels of instruction. He has served at Siegel Middle School, Stewarts
Creek Middle School, and Blackman High School in Murfreesboro. He also enjoyed serving as the Associate Director of
bands at Middle Tennessee State University. Before taking the position at MTSU, he was co-director of bands at
John Overton High School in Nashville, Tn, and served as Director of Bands at Warren County High School in McMinnville, TN.
Mr. Jolley serves as a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator throughout the Southeast,
is an active consultant for numerous bands. Terry is the Conductor Emeritus of the Tennessee Valley Winds: an adult
community band based in Murfreesboro, TN. He has served as the Instrumental Music Director for Northside Baptist
Church in Murfreesboro, TN. He is a member of the Band of Blue Alumni Club and has served as President. His company,
Jolley & Associates, Inc. provides educational support to many high school and college bands throughout the
region and is a sponsor of a regional leadership camp, Positive Performance Concepts. He is a published drill designer
with Arranger's Publishing Company and has published arrangements with Row-loff Productions. He has served as Director
of The Governor's School for the Arts and has served as the production coordinator and arranger for the Memphis Sound Drum & Bugle Corps.
Mr. Jolley has been awarded four citations of excellence by the National Band Association, was
selected to Who's Who Among American Teachers on four occasions, was the recipient of the National Collegiate Music
Award in 1998, and was inducted into the MTSU Band of Blue Club Hall of Fame in 2000.
He is a member of the National Band Association, Music Educator's National Conference, Tennessee
Band Director's Association, Tennessee Music Education Association, West Tennessee School Band & Orchestra Association, Middle
Tennessee School Band & Orchestra Association, and the East Tennessee School Band & Orchestra Association.
He has enjoyed 15 years of marriage to Alison, who is a registered nurse at Middle Tennessee Medical Center.
Terry and Alison are blessed with a beautiful daughter, Ava who is currently in third grade at Redeemer Christian Academy in Murfreesboro.