Student and Musician from New York
About Terence Bludeau
A budding entrepreneur, Terence Bludeau has long been fascinated by science and by how things work. After attending Scarsdale Middle School, New York, he apent his freshman year at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he is studying liberal arts. Presently he is enrolled at Westchester Community College in Valhalla, NY. In 2012, he started working as an intern at Bludeau Partners International, LLC, in Hartsdale, New York. The company is a consulting, microfilm publishing, and primary source material provider to academic institutions around the world. Terence Bludeau gained hands-on experience communicating with customers worldwide, assisting with shipping responsibilities, and maintaining a digital database.
Subsequently, Terence Bludeau served as an assistant to the proprietor of Stimulated Motorsports International, LLC. His responsibilities included customer service.
In his leisure time, Terence Bludeau enjoys playing the piano and writing music. A classical pianist, he attended Scarsdale’s Hoff-Barthelson Music School, and has practiced at the Kaufman Music Center in Manhattan. He has also performed pieces by Mozart, Chopin, Bach, and other composers at international music festivals.
Exploring the Alps
Currently a student at Purchase College, State University of New York, Terence Bludeau is studying liberal arts and has yet to declare a major. Terence Bludeau enjoys many hobbies, including fitness and music. He toured the Italian Alps and Amsterdam to perform piano pieces and discovered the joy of exploring the Alps.
The Alps offer something for everyone. Fitness enthusiasts enjoy skiing or hiking, while mountaineers can take on challenging climbs. Nature lovers marvel at the beauty, and foodies indulge in the savory cuisines. There are many regions ideal for these different interests. Following is an overview of several prime spots.
1. The Aosta Valley: This part of the Alps includes the grandest mountains, from Mont Blanc to the Matterhorn, and is ideal for skiers.
2. Piedmont: The Piedmont Mountains have been historically important as a place where cultures come together. Over the years, many groups have passed through these mountains, and the resulting culture reflects this comingling.
3. Alto Adige: Best known for its stunning beauty, Alto Adige is the most northern region of Italy, situated in the eastern Alps. This region is best for hikers and includes many parks.