Dominic Mekky is an American composer and pianist (born in York, PA). He attended The New School in New York, studied under Kirk Nurock, Rudy Palmer, and Gabriel Kahane, and graduated in 2013. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.
He writes concert works, theater pieces, and arrangements for other artists. He is a founder of the burgeoning theatrical production house “Sounds & Voices," alongside frequent collaborator Franky Rousseau, with whom he wrote "April," a multimedia chamber opera/musical theater piece. He’s worked in artistic sound design (dubbed a “sound-alterer” by The New York Times), creating sound tapestries for installations and live sets of music. He regularly performs music other than his own, playing piano/electronics in a number of eclectic groups.
As a film composer, he has scored several features, most recently "This Time Tomorrow" by director Shane Bissett, and “Up The River” by Ben Greenblatt. These films were premiered in various film festivals, including the Milan International Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film Festival, and many others. His music has appeared in an assortment of documentaries, short films, TV shows, and internet videos (including several New Yorker shorts).