Simon Peberdy (b. 1969) — Short Fanfare in D (2016) for organ
English composer Simon Peberdy (b. 1969) was educated in England and Germany and from 1998–2007 was based in England as Head of Languages and Housemaster at Pangbourne College. From 2007–18, he was based in Maria Alm, Austria where he was active as organist, freelance musician, ski instructor, and piano tuner. In 2018, he returned to England (Herefordshire). Peberdy has been an organist and pianist since youth, serving as organ scholar at both school and university and has held various organist positions including at the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel where he played for numerous significant national services. He has given numerous recitals at significant venues throughout Europe. As a composer, Peberdy has written and published works in a number of genres. In September 2016, he was awarded the FNCM (Fellowship of the National College of Music) in composition.
Published by SMP Press in “Little Book for Organ, Book 3”