President at EMI Records
I look back at the years I spent studying at Trinity as some of the most important & formative years of my life. It was an incredibly fulfilling experience and helped me discover the characteristics about myself that I could then utilise to start a career within music. Being a professional musician wasn’t something I ever wanted to do but fortunately Trinity understood the bigger picture and helped me to focus on other incredibly important areas within Music & Arts Management. Their ethos was so refreshing!Rebecca Allen
Rebecca Allen graduated from what was then Trinity College of Music (now Trinity Laban) in 1995 with a GTCL. She started her career at the BBC where she worked with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and later the BBC Proms. Rebecca joined Universal Classics and Jazz in 1999 and remained with the label after it was re-named Decca Records UK in 2009. She was promoted to General Manager of the label in 2012, Managing Director in 2014 and President in 2017. In 2020 Rebecca was appointed President of EMI Records, which was relaunched by Universal Music. She has worked with artists including Cecilia Bartoli, Rod Stewart, Nicola Benedetti, Jamie Cullum, Andrea Bocelli and Gregory Porter.