Terell Stafford
Terell Stafford, Temple University’s director of Jazz Studies and chair of Instrumental Studies, conducts the Jazz Band during a performance in December 2019. (PHOTO: Joseph V. Labolito / Temple University)

More than 90 Temple University student musicians, including faculty members Terell Stafford and Dick Oatts, performed on a Grammy-nominated record composed by superstar artist Vince Mendoza.

Temple’s Boyer College of Music and Dance is hopeful that come the Grammy Awards on Jan. 26, its recipe of more than 90 musicians, 50-plus hours of rehearsals, a 12-hour recording session and one superstar composer will turn to Grammy gold for the Temple University Studio Orchestra and the college’s record label, BCM&D Records.

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