Terry Wey was born in Bern/Switzerland in 1985 and received his musical education as soloist of the Wiener Sängerknaben and later at the Konservatorium Wien. Since then, he was invited to some of the most important concert halls and festivals, e.g. to Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Lincoln Center New York, Barbican Centre London or Lucerne Festival. In summer 2009, he took part in the opening concert of the Salzburg Festival at Felsenreitschule Salzburg. On opera stage, he performed in a variety of different roles such as Oberon (Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Ruggiero (Vivaldi: Orlando Furioso) or Andronico (Legrenzi: Il Giustino) at opera houses such as Staatsoper Stuttgart, Teatro Real Madrid, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées or Deutsche Oper am Rhein, culminating in the main role of Händel’s Partenope at Theater an der Wien alongside Christine Schäfer (2009), as well as his debut at the Salzburger Pfingstfestspiele conducted by Riccardo Muti (2011) and his first collaboration with Nikolaus Harnoncourt at the styriarte festival 2014. He frequently works with Early-Music specialists such as William Christie, Marc Minkowski, Thomas Hengelbrock or Michael Hofstetter. Terry Wey’s special interest in renaissance polyphony led him to found the vocal ensemble Cinquecento. His work is documented by numerous recordings for labelslike hyperion, EMI/Virgin, Oehms Classics and, most recently, deutsche harmonia mundi featuring his first solo album, Pace e Guerra (2017).