John Simon Net Worth: Composer

John Simon Net Worth: Composer

John Simon (born March 12, 1944) is a British classical composer who was raised in South Africa. Simon has consistently produced and published poetry in South African and British journals and publications. Not surprise, voice music appears in his output. His most significant vocal piece is the symphonic song cycle ‘Portrait of Emily’, which sets five Emily Dickinson poems. Other poets whose works he has set include Byron, Shelley, John Masefield, Wilfred Owen, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Matthew Arnold.

John Simon net worth

$1.4K – $1.8K

It is an approximate forecast and could vary in the range between $1.4K – $1.9K.
John Simon Networth
Khruangbin Networth 2024 Million
Khruangbin Networth 2023 Million
Khruangbin Networth 2022 Million
Khruangbin Networth 2021 Million
Khruangbin Networth 2020 Million

John Simon facts

Intro South African born classical contemporary composer living in the United Kingdom.
Is Musician Composer
From South Africa
Field Music
Gender Male
Birth 12 March 1944
Age 79 years
Star sign Pisces


  • Piano Concerto No 1 (1969–2003)
  • Piano Concerto No 2 (1977–1979)
  • Little Suite for Orchestra (1978–2006)
  • Threnody 1 for String Orchestra (originally entitled ‘Rage, Rage against the Dying of the Light’) (1980)
  • New Azania Overture (also known as An Antipodean Overture) (1980)
  • Threnody 2 for Strings, Clarinet and Timpani (originally entitled ‘Steve Biko in Heaven’) (1981)
  • Violin Concerto (1981–1990)
  • Requiem for Orchestra originally entitled Requiem of 1984 (1983–1985)
  • Children of the Sun (Los Hijos del Sol) (1989)
  • Symphony (1993–1997)
  • Late Gothic Overture (1996–1997)
  • Dance to Freedom (2004–2005)
  • A Peal of Bells for D.B.Cooper (2006–2010)
  • A Cry from a World Aflame for strings, trumpets and percussion (2009–2010)
  • Fanfares for Tristan (2010–2011)
  • Seeing Stars (2015–2016)

Vocal works

  • Sea Fever (John Masefield for tenor and piano) (1965)
  • The Pity of War (Wilfred Owen for tenor and piano) (1967-2002)
  • Five Romantic Songs (Byron and Shelley for tenor and piano) (1967)
  • Noël Ahoy! (Medieval English Christmas texts for children’s choir (1978-9)
  • Dover Beach (Matthew Arnold for a cappella choir) (1983-2013)
  • Portrait of Emily (Emily Dickinson orchestral/ensemble song cycle) (1987)
  • Justus quidem tu es, Domine (Gerard Manley Hopkins for a cappella choir) (2011)
  • Venice the Beautiful (composer’s own words) (2015)

John Simon FAQs

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How about John Simon’s career start?

Started in 1990s – 2020s

How about John Simon’s record label?

Sub Pop, Ashmont

What are John Simon music Styles?

Alternative/Indie Rock, Chamber Pop, Indie Pop, Indie Rock