Jeremy Woodruff studied composition at the Royal Academy in London with Michael Finnissy from 1999 2001 and Ethnomusicology at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam 2002 - 2004, with field research in Chennai, Bangalore and Mysore, India. In 2004 he moved to Berlin where he has been a guest lecturer at the University of the Arts, UdK and Conservatory, HfM "Hanns Eisler." He is director and teaches composition, electronic music and ensembles at the Neue Musikschule Berlin. Several pieces have been commissioned from him and premiered by Percusemble Berlin, and by the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, among others. His writings have been published by Klangzeitort (Berlin) and by Verlag für Moderne Kunst (Nürnberg). In the U.S.A. Jeremy Woodruff's compostion teachers have included David Rakowski, Marty Boykan, Mathew Rosenblum and Eric Moe.
Jeremy Woodruff's collaborative work with artists has recently been featured at the Künstlerhaus Bremen with Egill Sæbjörnsson, Kunst Hier und Jetzt in Wolfsburg, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Robert Wilsons Watermill Center, Clocktower Gallery in New York and in the Venice Biennale 2011 and he is a sound artist in his own right having exhibited in Berlin at Errant Bodies and at the AD Gallery in Bremen. Jeremy is an active performer of experimental/electronic music with traverso, shakuhachi, Arabic and Turkish ney, kaval, and North and South Indian flute.