Terence Duncan studied and performed historical dance with The New York Baroque Dance Company from 2000 to 2010. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor and the Dance Department Coordinator at The County College of Morris in Randolph, New Jersey and now performs with NYBDC as a guest.
He began dancing in New Hampshire and went on to receive his BFA in dance performance from Towson University. He was a principal dancer with New York Theatre Ballet from 1996 through 2003 and from 2006 through 2010. He also danced with Suzanne Farrell Ballet for three seasons. Mr. Duncan has toured nationally and internationally performing a wide range of both classical and contemporary repertory. He has danced the works of Antony Tudor, George Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, and Jose Limon. He has been a guest dancer with companies including The Ugly Company, The Tallahassee Ballet, and David Parker and the Bang Group. He was awarded the Suzanne Farrell Fellowship at Florida State University and received his MFA in dance in the spring of 2006. Upon returning to New York City in 2006, Terence pursued his teaching career while continuing a rich performance life. Mr. Duncan has taught for Suzanne Farrell’s Young Dancers’ Workshop, Perry Mansfield Performing Arts School, and Ballet School New York and has been a guest teacher at The Tallahassee Ballet and South Georgia Ballet. He has been on the faculties of The Hartt School Dance Division at the University of Hartford and Hofstra University.