• Adrian Brockless

Dorking composer making momentous music appears in sought-after TV slot

Updated: Aug 27, 2019

Dorking composer and classical musician Adrian Brockless appears on the hit BBC show Dragon’s Den this Sunday (September 1 at 8pm) seeking backing for a bespoke music service he has set up to help people mark important moments in their lives.

In Dragon’s Den Adrian is seen at the piano accompanying a professional soprano (Emily Armour) and violinist (Victoria Barnes) performing his setting of the poem ‘Leisure’ by W.H. Davies, famous for its opening lines: “What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare.”

Adrian pitching to the dragons
Adrian pitching to the dragons

“It was nerve wracking at the start, but the performance went without a hitch” he said last night. “It was a tremendous opportunity to meet some of the best business brains in Britain.”

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