Although from the classical tradition, I've embraced many genres including rock, jazz, pop and theatre. However, in 2013 I decided to concentrate on playing my own work alongside silent films both old and new. My acclaimed score for Fritz Lang’s Metropolis toured extensively. Working with a visual medium allows me to bring new audiences to both music and film. Recently I have been doing Livestream concerts and am considering doing film/concerts via livestream also.
- The Man with the Child in His Eyes (a rhapsody)I am due to give an interview with Retropopic Radio to discuss the first two iconic albums of Kate Bush and in preparation for that, I have recorded this cover. I wanted to pay homage to Kate by playing the piece as a rhapsody because I couldn't replace her voice which is an important element of the original.
- Christmas Single - Release Date 9th DecemberIn the very early 80s my band, Suppose I Laugh, played The Pindar of Wakefield (now the Water Rats) a music venue in King's Cross area of London. We shared the billing that night with The Pogues. (I have a few tales to tell but not in public spaces). It wasn't long after they released the single, Fairytale of New York. For the last few years I've thought about releasing a Christmas single but wasn't sure which piece to record, then with all the hullabaloo around the words in Fairytale of New Yo
- Interview with Retropopic Radio, Sydney.An interview which takes quite a journey through my musical career and covers many personal moments. The Saint managed to uncover my family history, travels to Poland during the Cold War, my love of Kate Bush and Nancy Sinatra and how I ended up re-imagining the scores for Metropolis and Nosferatu. It even covers the rarely discussed Holodomor and my artistic response to it.
- New Album ReleasedSeveral pieces in homage to past female composers & pianists, including Clara Schumann, Margaret Fairchild and Maria Yudina. Also a few places relevant to my musical journey in Northampton and London. Most of these were played during my Lockdown concerts. The pieces also represent the struggle against adversity which many creatives will understand at the moment. Please send your feedback! Thank you for listening.
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- Hebridean SuiteThis album came about after a visit to the Outer Hebrides and is a response to the pain of loss. Dmytro was at the time thinking about Malcolm Arnold in his centenary year (he met him several times both in and out of hospital) and when hearing about the struggles of those on the islands, he thought of the dispossessed and the resonance with his own ancestral past. Is fulfilment built out of the lasting legacy of loss? Each piece is dedicated to various individuals including, Malcolm, a friend a
- Der mude Tod (Destiny) with Live Piano ConcertIn September 2019 Dmytro Morykit played a live concert alongside Fritz Lang's 1921 film, Der mude Tod (Destiny) in the wonderful Baltic Film and Media School in Tallinn, Estonia. It was a great success and the following month was performed for the Festival of Film at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Best Original MusicNational Student Drama FestivalAward for the best original music that year for my work on Valley of the Ashes. "Mendelssohn & Co watch out! The new incidental music for the National Student Theatre Company's Christmas Production of Twelfth Night is by 1979 NSDF Best Music Award Winner Dmytro Morykit. It is strongly melodic with Baroque undertones creating mood and scente." Clive Woolf (The Stage)