Edinburgh was certainly an experience – I ended up performing every night (well morning actually, 2am to 5am!)

Am now back in the land of the living, and after several meetings, I have decided to start the ball rolling on the Great Composers in Concert. I have someone starting a script on Schumann, and am looking at Mozart as well.

Nearly finished Act 2 of Boorskale – workshopping on the 30 Sept and 1 Oct. Hard work ahead.

Also had an interesting think-tank which produced some very interesting facts and creative ideas. More to come…

Am also rehearsing for a recital in Oct, and in meetings about branding and design for Creative Learning. All go at last!

September 14th, 2006

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About RDCE

RDCE (Robert D.C. Emery) is a conductor, pianist and serial entrepreneur.

He is lucky enough to travel the world; ranging from performances in London's Royal Albert Hall, through to the Sydney Opera House, RDCE has seen them all.

Besides music, RDCE is the Founder & Director of The Arts Group; one of the most diverse entertainment companies in the UK. Within the portfolio is a national music tuition agency, symphony orchestra, choir, artist agency, record label and production company.

Aside from that, he lives in London and Cambridge, has a wife (Mrs E), a toddler (Master T) and 4 cats.



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