Composer and orchestrator with over twenty years experience across a wide range of genres including TV drama and documentary, film, theatre and commercials. Orchestrated BBC’s Emmy-Award winning Walking with Beasts. Reconstructed William Walton’s Henry V score (1945).
Dominic (b.1973) is a graduate of Oxford University and The Royal College of Music where he was a student of Joseph Horovitz. He was the holder of a PRSF scholarship and studentship award for his research in reconstructing the orchestral score for Walton’s Henry V for live performance. Dominic’s work encompasses writing music for film, TV, radio, theatre, dance and the concert hall. His natural affinity is with large-scale orchestral work and chamber ensemble for screen which incorporates emotive melodies and contemporary harmony but he is equally at home in many other contemporary and popular genres.
Dominic has worked with many clients including: BBC 1 (Walking with Beasts), BBC2 (The Natural World), ITV, Channel 4 and 5, Sky, BBC World Service, Jazz FM, English National Opera, English National Ballet, Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall, RPO, LSO, BBC Concert Orchestra, Brighton Festival, Frank Strobel, Universal Music Group, EMI, Elton John, Alice Cooper, Rick Wakeman, Christian Dior, Harrods, playwright Christopher William Hill, HookHitch Theatre, and for numerous advertising agencies and business clients.
His dramatic screen work continues to win awards internationally including The LA Shorts Film Festival 2014, Gasparilla International Film Festival 2014, Cannes 2018, Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia, Japan 2015. Henry V Live continues to be performed internationally.
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