William Terwilliger enjoys an active and diverse career as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, orchestral musician and teacher throughout the US and on six continents. As a concert soloist he has performed with the Toledo Symphony, the South Carolina Philharmonic, The Long Bay Symphony (SC), the Rock Hill Symphony (SC), the Boulder Philharmonic (CO), L‘Orchéstre des Alpes Maritimes (Monaco), the Martinu Philharmonic (Czech Republic), and the National Orchestra of Bolivia. Currently, he serves as concertmaster of the Rock Hill and Long Bay Symphony Orchestras. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Terwilliger studied with Donald Weilerstein and Zvi Zeitlin, and as a member of the prize-winning Augustine String Quartet, he coached with the Cleveland, Tokyo, and Emerson Quartets. In 1993 he was invited by the US State Department to serve as a Cultural Specialist in Bolivia, and since that time, as a gifted and experienced teacher of students of all ages, he has given master classes throughout the US and in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and Australia. Dr. Terwilliger is Professor of Violin at the University of South Carolina, artist-teacher at the Saarburg International Music Festival, and founding member of the faculty at the International Concerto Festival, Czech Republic.