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Image courtesty: Famous Grouse ExperienceBook online at Wilton's Music Hall in London for the next performance of Music In Manufacture. This will be a unique event, don't miss it on 21st May.

"One of the world's oldest surviving music halls and an architectural gem, it remains a choice hang-out for the post-work crowd and regularly hosts theatre, concerts and variety acts."  Timeout

'Summer Snow' EP now available

A new collection of Dmytro's compositions featuring saxophonist, Steve Kettley, is now available on general download release.  Listen to Summer Snow.
      

Concert at Strathearn Artspace, Crieff
There was a full house for Music in Manufacture and excellent feedback.
Grace Note Publications kindly filmed the event and a short show reel is available here

From 4* Broadway Baby review:

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.

Keep up to date with news on his facebook page.

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