Dominic Veall is a London-based freelance composer, arranger and pianist who completed his postgraduate degree in composition at Trinity Laban, one of the world's most vibrant and adventurous conservatoires.
An accomplished all-round musician with a strong classical upbringing, he brings his professional experience as a performer. His style ranges from experimental classical to traditional choral and contemporary pop, and in 2019 his carol was heard several times on BBC Radio 3 as a finalist in the BBC Radio 3 Breakfast Christmas Carol Competition.
Dominic works as an accompanist for Mini Mozart, Sing Education, Bravura Music, ABRSM exams and carries out freelance work as a choir leader/accompanist for organisations such as Junior Trinity. He accompanied and directed music for productions such as The Marriage of Figaro and Die Fledermaus.
When not writing music, he can often be found performing in services, concerts, and theatre shows and teaches piano to children and adults.
Dominic's musical life began as a chorister at Leicester Cathedral. He then went on to study music at King's College London, where he sang as a choral scholar in the esteemed chapel choir and also studied cello at the Royal Academy of Music.