teresa mccollough


Current Projects

Musical Mavericks Series: The Music of Ecstasy
Teresa McCollough, piano and electronics

featuring music by George Crumb, Scott Blasco and Olivier Messiaen
Friday, May 1st, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Recital Hall; Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, California 95053

Join Professor McCollough in a special faculty recital, featuring music inspired by sacred text and imagery. A preview lecture-recital about the event will be presented on the series Music at Noon, Wednesday, April 29th, at 12 p.m.

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Steve Heitzeg: World Piece

Written for McCollough, this work musically illustrates the 193 countries represented in the United Nations. Composed over as many days, each piece evokes the ecological and political issues that each nation faces in the challenge to create a global message for world peace. See the score and listen to samples

Sacred and Profane

The Music of Messiaen, Blasco, and Prokofiev
Spring 2015

Other Projects

Interpretations XX

Interpretations XX: Spring 2009

Teresa McCollough plays new music for solo piano, two pianos, and piano and percussion by contemporary composers Alvin Singleton, John Adams, and George Crumb, with NY premieres by Gabriela Lena Frank and Sam Pluta. With guest artists, Michael Boyd, piano, and Chris Froh and Russell Greenberg, percussion. Read More...

Música para El Día de los Muertos!

Música para El Día de los Muertos! is an ongoing project to mark the festivities of the Day of the Dead holiday, which honors the memory of deceased loved ones through music, dancing, food, colorful costumes and imagery, and other sacred and secular traditions popular in Mexico, the Philippines, Brazil, and other Latin American countries and communities throughout the world.

Music for Hammers and Sticks

Music for Hammers and Sticks began in the spring of 2002 when I was interested in programming music for piano and percussion. Since the piano is essentially a percussion instrument, I have always been interested in exploring those sounds and expanding the repertoire to include more pieces for this combination of instruments.