Terry Wey was born in Switzerland and received his first singing lessons as a member of the Vienna Boys’ Choir with Silvija V. Purchar, later studying with Kurt Equiluz and Christine Schwarz. As a boy treble he won prizes in several competitions (including the MIGROS Genossenschaftsbund [Cooperative Society] Zurich, Kärntner-Sparkasse [Savings Bank] and Wörthersee Music Scholarship). His first appearances with the “Clemencic Consort” under René Clemencic in 2003 brought him to the notice of the international concert and opera scene. He has performed with conductors including Thomas Hengelbrock, Marc Minkowski and Michael Hofstetter and orchestras such as the Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble, Les Arts Florissants and Les Musiciens du Louvre Grenoble. Several CD recordings illustrate his achievements and versatility.