Edwards, Terry (b London, 1939). Eng. chorusmaster. Prof. début as bass in Prom. concert chorus, 1966. Bass, then manager, John Alldis Choir and Schütz Choir, 1970–86. Founder and dir. London Voices from 1973; founder and art. dir. Electric Phoenix from 1978; art. dir. London Sinfonietta Voices and Chorus from 1980. Chorusmaster for Solti in Verdi perfs. in Chicago 1987–9. Chorus dir. Royal Opera, CG, from 1992.
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