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organ_pipes_1Jean-Christophe Geiser, Organist of Lausanne Cathedral, delighted the audience with his artistry in last night’s concert – the second in our 2013 Series.

Mr Geiser chose an accessible and varied programme, ranging from Bach to Vierne. Highlights included Bach’s gargantuan ‘Wedge’ Prelude and Fugue, the beautifully austere Prélude funèbre by Ropartz, Lefébure-Wély’s quirky Boléro de concert, and of course, the mighty Carillon de Westminster by Vierne – a most fitting finale.

Mr Geiser was performing for this year’s Sir Francis Burt Memorial Recital. This annual recital is kindly supported by the Burt family in memory of The Honourable Sir Francis Theodore Page Burt AC KCMG QC.

Sir Francis Burt was Judge of the Supreme Court from 1969-77, Chief Justice from 1977-88, Lieutenant Governor of Western Australia from 1977-90 and Governor from 1990-93.

Among his many other positions were Counsel assisting the Royal Commission into the Voyager disaster in 1967, President of the Law Society of Western Australia from 1960-62, and a seat on the University of Western Australia Senate from 1968-76.

Sir Francis came from a family who have made a significant contribution to the Law and Civil Service in Western Australia. His great-grandfather, Sir Archibald Paull Burt Kt QC, was Chief Justice of Western Australia from 1861-79 and his grandfather, the Honourable Septimus Burt KC, was the state’s first Attorney-General from 1890-97, and Acting Premier in the first Responsible Government of this State.

To read the Arts Hub review of this concert, please click here.

organ_pipes_1Jean-Christophe Geiser, Organist of Lausanne Cathedral, delighted the audience with his artistry in last night’s concert – the second in our 2013 Series.

Mr Geiser chose an accessible and varied programme, ranging from Bach to Vierne. Highlights included Bach’s gargantuan ‘Wedge’ Prelude and Fugue, the beautifully austere Prélude funèbre by Ropartz, Lefébure-Wély’s quirky Boléro de concert, and of course, the mighty Carillon de Westminster by Vierne – a most fitting finale.

Mr Geiser was performing for this year’s Sir Francis Burt Memorial Recital. This annual recital is kindly supported by the Burt family in memory of The Honourable Sir Francis Theodore Page Burt AC KCMG QC.

Sir Francis Burt was Judge of the Supreme Court from 1969-77, Chief Justice from 1977-88, Lieutenant Governor of Western Australia from 1977-90 and Governor from 1990-93.

Among his many other positions were Counsel assisting the Royal Commission into the Voyager disaster in 1967, President of the Law Society of Western Australia from 1960-62, and a seat on the University of Western Australia Senate from 1968-76.

Sir Francis came from a family who have made a significant contribution to the Law and Civil Service in Western Australia. His great-grandfather, Sir Archibald Paull Burt Kt QC, was Chief Justice of Western Australia from 1861-79 and his grandfather, the Honourable Septimus Burt KC, was the state’s first Attorney-General from 1890-97, and Acting Premier in the first Responsible Government of this State.

To read the Arts Hub review of this concert, please click here.