“I have always enjoyed discovering music and presenting it to people as a magazine editor, DJ or curator. Introducing people to great music they did not know is one of the common threads in my career. Music Concierge was a natural extension of that.”
“A personal soundtrack is important for holidays, because of the music/emotion connection.
Hearing a song while you’re on holiday naturally connects it with that experience. Next time you here it, you’re immediately transported back there.”
“We are dedicated to achieving outstanding results with
expertly curated music concepts..
and carefully conceived atmospheres at our clients’ destinations. Our bespoke approach means we place great emphasis on an initial consultancy phase to get under the skin of each project to give us an in-depth understanding of the concept.”
“With references to music festival culture interwoven into the main sound of the store...
and a contemporary but pastoral playlist design reflecting Hunter Field’s specialised performance wear, the aural experience is complemented by standalone headphone channels and specially commissioned ambient field recording soundscapes…”
“The Vida Downtown Dubai is an urban playground for the stylish crowd.
We expressed this by designing concepts that were cutting-edge. Vida’s lobby is full of hip and upbeat artists while La Serre has an ultra-chic sound. In the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, we wanted to evoke the prestigious nature of the brand’s heritage while making it relevant to a modern, international audience.”
“Rob Wood is a DJ, published author and music journalist,
as well as the founder and creative director of the award-winning music consultancy service Music Concierge… clients include many of the world’s top hotels and clubs, bars and spas, restaurants and retail brands, from The Savoy and Harrods, to Mr & Mrs Smith and One&Only Cape Town.”
“We all eat food, but we wouldn’t dream of designing a menu.
The chef should do that. Likewise we all love music, but knowing where to find great music and how each track affects people should be left to experts. Guests are unlikely to appreciate the F&B staff’s favourite dance tunes especially at tea time.”