Terence P. Minogue has a long, varied history in composition, including two RIAA Certified Gold Records for his arrangements on Jim Croce’s I Got A Name LP and “I Have to Say I Love You (in a song).” Minogue has arranged for more than 200 recordings and worked for many major labels, including Warner Bros., CBS/Epic (now Sony), RCA, Atlantic, Capitol, AVCO-Embassy, ABC, United Artists, MidSong International, A&M Buddah, and LifeSong, where Minogue was a Director of A&R for seven years. He scored the motion picture ROAR for American Filmworks and Universal Studios. Minogue orchestrated for three network television series: The Greatest American Hero (ABC), The Quest (CBS), and Tales of the Gold Monkey (ABC). As Composer-in-Residence at Church of the Foothills in Ventura, CA, he wrote new music regularly and special cantatas and oratorios for holidays. His religious music has been performed in churches throughout the United States. Other groups performing his work include the Dubuque Symphony (IA), Altoona Symphony (PA), The Princeton Chamber Orchestra (NJ), the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra (KY), Portland Symphony (OR), and Gold Coast Concert Chorus in Ventura (CA).
From 1969 to 1972, Terence Minogue studied composition at Temple University College of Music, and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, as well as a Master of Business Administration. While attending college, he was already distinguishing himself as a composer of choral works in the Philadelphia area. Today, those early choral settings of Biblical text are still in publication and performed in several Philadelphia churches.