Accomplished Thoracic Surgeon Dr. Terry McEnany

An accomplished thoracic and cardiovascular surgical educator, Dr. Terry McEnany has more than four decades of experience in the practice of surgery. Over the course of his career, Dr. Terry McEnany has earned such professional honors as membership in the James IV Association of Surgeons, a traveling fellowship that promotes collaboration with the academic surgical community of Great Britain, and membership in the international science honor society Sigma Xi. He also belongs to various professional associations, including the American Association for Thoracic Surgery, the American College of Surgeons, and the American College of Cardiology.

A graduate of Brown University, Terry McEnany, MD, attended medical school at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. After graduation, he completed a surgical internship and residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital, as well as serving as senior registrar in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery at Guy’s Hospital in London, England.

After retiring from cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, Dr. McEnany has served as a ski instructor at The Ski and Snowboard Schools of Aspen, Colorado since 1998.

How to Support the Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra

A graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with extensive experience as a surgeon, Terry McEnany, MD, has also served as a ski instructor at Aspen, Colorado-based Ski and Snowboard Schools for nearly two decades. Throughout his career, Terry McEnany has maintained a dedication to charitable work by holding board positions with several organizations, including the Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra.

Since its inception in 1998, the Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra has relied on the support of sponsors and donors to provide its annual concerts to the Wisconsin community. There are a number of ways in which you can support the orchestra throughout the year.

Individuals may give to the orchestra with a one-time donation through the organization’s site or may arrange to make recurring donations. In addition, you may also contribute your stock to the organization for further support. Similarly, corporate entities may become orchestra sponsors through a number of donation opportunities. For donations of $150, $350, or $500, program sponsors receive published recognition in concert programming. Concert supporters earn a mention in all orchestra advertising or receive the opportunity to name a concert with a contribution of $2,000.

In lieu of monetary support, you can support the orchestra through a number of volunteer opportunities. During each season, you may regularly serve as a concert stage manager or work intermittently to distribute orchestra flyers among businesses in Eau Claire.