Émile-Robert Blanchet (17 July 1877 in Lausanne, Switzerland – 27 March 1943 in Pully, Switzerland) was a French-speaking Swiss pianist and composer.
He was taught by his father, the organist of a cathedral in Lausanne, Charles Blanchet, a pupil of Ignaz Moscheles, and Hauptmann. Later he attended Cologne Conservatory and was a pupil of Busoni in Weimer and Berlin. Later he was professor of piano 1904-1917, then director 1905-1908 of the Lausanne Conservatory. He continued teaching her until 1917.
In 1917 he resigned and spent time on climbing on which he would write 2 books. He composed a lot of pieces, especially for piano.