Terry Worroll is Emeritus Director of Music at St James’s, Spanish Place in central London where he served for 41 years. He is known particularly for his work on performance style in liturgical plainchant and 16th century Latin sacred music.
He has worked for theatre, film and television as composer, performer and accompanist, has edited and transcribed two published volumes of early dance music (Dance Research Committee of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing) and eight transcriptions of 15th century north Italian dancemusic and he is Warden of Curwen College of Music.
Terry is a graduate of Trinity College of Music, London (now Trinity Laban Conservatoire) and of the Open University; he completed his DMus with Central School of Religion in 2004 and holds an honorary Doctor of Sacred Music degree and University Fellowship from the Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi Christian University, Miami, Florida. He is currently working on a new edition of the Offertories and Hymns of Palestrina.