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“…tremendous music, Jack Terroni can certainly write and arrange a song, supported by a fantastic on-stage band.”(Broadway World)

Jack Terroni is an award-winning British Composer, Theatre Producer and multimedia creative with over 16 years of experience in various sectors of the Arts. His musical compositions were honoured with the Sylvia Anderson Award (Founder of the Hit TV Show Thunderbirds) at the esteemed Pinewood Film Studios, in London (2019)

Jack’s early career in music from 2004-2008 was nurtured by Nic Rowley (a former Musical Director of Motown’s The Supremes). Under Nic’s guidance, Jack learnt the fundamentals of Music Production spending 4 years co-producing Jack’s compositions in Nic’s Danish Recording Studio. From 2010 to date, Jack has worked with Jon Astley (Producer of The Who’s ‘Who Are You?’) in the mastering of his recordings, with sessions taking place at Jon’s Twickenham studio.


From 2019 to 2022, Jack was privileged to work alongside Steve Brown the triple platinum-selling record producer (Rumer/Luara Mvula) and West-End hit Composer (Spend, Spend, Spend!), to complete the soundtrack of Jack’s original Gig-Theatre Musical Punchy! (as featured on the BBC) with playwright Kevin McMahon (Sir Kenneth Branagh, Writing Award Winner)

Punchy! received production consultancy from Joan Lane (Executive Producer of The King’s Speech feature film). Punchy! opened to critical acclaim and news coverage across the UK with Jack casting the West-End leading lady Lucy Penrose (Judy Garland Musical) in the role of Edith.Jack is also noted for his innovative film and music video creations.

Jack has produced Music Videos with an array of talents such as Netflix Actor Tawheda Begum (Rocks)and Feature Film Actor Ed Coleman (28 weeks later) as well as Music Documentaries for TV Networks on behalf of CASIO and Ivor Novello Award-winner Artist, Laura Mvula.

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