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Stephen Emmer is a music composer/musician from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. From , , and modern classical music to film , television themes and cultural projects, he has been involved in many projects too numerous to mention in his musical life. Involved in bands such as Minny Pops, Hopper, The Associates, Lotus Eaters and Act, he made one earlier solo mini-album called Vogue Estate feat. the late Billy MacKenzie and was the first inhouse composer for the main public broadcaster NOS in the Netherlands. Here he worked with renowned orchestra’s such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Netherlands Windsensemble and the Metropole Orchestra. Next to having been a radiopresenter of experimental musicprograms for other Dutch broadcasters VPRO, NPS and Concertzender and as a editor-in-chief- of the cult magazine Vinyl, he also created music for the Van Gogh Museum, the Mediamuseum and Prix de Rome. Now he enjoys making a new album again called Recitement and is aiming for some international livedates for the Recitement project in 2007. The album is mixed in NYC by Tony Visconti and features a few MySpace friends as guestperformers with a special guestappearance to be revealed soon…

Edited by Dreameress on 25 Aug 2008, 00:05

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