Dmytro Morykit
GB Ripon – Cinematic / Classical Crossover / Classics / Soundtrack - Film / Contemporary Classical
Dmytro Morykit
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Label / Release Type Year
Gaeta Music
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Classic Metropolis LIVE Album 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Bach time for Babies Album 2015
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Summer Snow featuring Steve Kettley Album 2014
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Metropolis, Dmytro Morykit Album 2014
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Morykit plays Brel and two homages Album 2013
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Scotland on Piano Album 2013
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Hazel Cameron
Hazel Cameron
Press Text
Morykit has created an incredible new piano concert which dances alongside the iconic film, Metropolis.

The dramatic theatre of the solo piano concert alongside Lang's iconic imagery provides an inspirational evening of film and sound.

"Seriously, you provided the score for the film I have watched 50+ times yet I was riveted."

"Did I say that watching @dmytromorykit doing a live score for Metropolis is one of the musical highlights of my life?"

"Saturday’s performance was FANTASTIC - CONGRATULATION – my children Beatrice 14 and Sacha 12 were mesmerised. A well deserved STANDING OVATION - BRAVO! " Helen Molchanoff

Metropolis is a silent film by Fritz Lang regarded as a masterpiece. Set in a futuristic Urban Dystopia, it is among the most influential films of all time. Morykit performs his spectacular new score live for two hours without improvisation. The premier received a standing ovation to a sell-out audience in London and beyond.

Dmytro was born in the UK to Ukrainian/Italian parents who were displaced from their respective countries after the second world war. He never felt truly comfortable with any of those cultures and therefore used music in his search for an identity. He says his compositions belong to their own genre, one of an 'Other World.'

"Morykit’s score may be modern, yet it has a timeless quality that might contribute to Metropolis being embraced by a wider contemporary audience."

"...this relatively modest musician has written a beautiful work that sits comfortably amongst gods."

"... don't pass up the chance to see/hear it!"