My personal favourite was a film called 'Oil and Water', which was one
of the more abstract films. As with all the works, the piano playing was
outstanding but, when combined with the kaleidoscope-like effect on
screen, it made for a very unique experience.
An album 'Best Piano Covers', includes Dmytro's popular interpretation of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, is available for download from iTunes, Amazon etc. Amelie, Once upon a time in the West, Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence, The Flower duet and Clair de lune are all included.
'Playing with Scale' a film/music collaboration with Samuel Spreckley was shortlisted for the 'University of the Air' art commission by the Open University - details here.
The music page gives links to various film, dance and other projects. His own original compositions can be found on Google Play and iTunes.
To hire Dmytro for a commission or recital, go to the contacts page.
"He gave a piano recital of his own music in Poznan and was heroic: the piano was falling to bits. As it shed parts of itself he just kept on playing. If the whole thing had collapsed I reckon that he would have continued and that we would still have heard music." Tom Hubbard