Geoff Pearce (b.1983) began a life of music at the age of five, playing at piano festivals, competitions and masterclasses until his late teens whereupon he began focusing on music composition.

Currently the head of music at an independent senior school in London, Geoff teaches full time and composes in his spare time.

A London College of Music graduate (with 1st class honours) Geoff studied composition with internationally renowned composer Francis Pott, as well as with Param Vir.

Geoff has worked as musical director on several theatre productions, including 'Through The Wire' (directed by Lisa Spirling) and 'Aladdin' (alongside West End producer and musical director Andrew Jarrett).

Projects include composing music for television commercials, short films, setting music to Brian Levison's poems, and transcribing into an orchestral score; electronic-acoustic music by Dr Paul Ramshaw.

In 2009 Geoff put together the London College of Music Chamber Orchestra, which he also conducted. The LCM Chamber Orchestra performed and recorded music by Laurence Llewellyn as part of a Creative Campus Initiative (CCI) approved project, launched by the government in the run-up to 2012, where the LCM was one of a group of universities using their creative resources to support the Olympics culturally.