12 Years Today

It’s the 12th anniversary of Geoffrey Burgon’s death. We celebrate his life and work today and reflect on his great contribution to music, colleagues, friends and family.

We are building a new site for Geoffrey which will be up in the next months. We were unable to update this site during the pandemic but we have it running now until the new site is completed.

We are delighted to announce Geoffrey’s “Heavenly Things” is being performed by Jacob Harrison and Louis Mander October 1st, 2022. Here are the concert details:



An evening celebrating the art song in its many expressions, this recital forms part of the festival of literature, art and music at St Peter’s Belsize Park in North London, showcasing the talented young bass-baritone Jacob Harrison and pianist composer Louis Mander, in a varied program of music ranging from Schubert and Brahms to the present day.

The recital will include the world premiere of a new song cycle for baritone and piano by Louis Mander Four Songs of Ganymede. Music will also include songs by Hugo Wolf, Brahms and Schubert as well as some haunting American spirituals and also a pair of rarely heard and beautiful song settings by composer Geoffrey Burgon, whose music for Film and TV is known across the world.

Tickets £12 and are available by emailing tickets@stpetersbelsizepark.org.uk or on the door.