About

Dom Robson-Tull is a multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer based in Birmingham. He demonstrates a high level of skill and versatility on both piano and guitar. Dom currently works on arrangements and stems for a number of artists, alongside his trio project, functions and self-titled releases.

 

Growing up in the rural, picturesque countryside of Herefordshire, Dom honed his musical talents on guitar. During college, Dom turned his focus to keys after being inspired by his tutor, Robbie Moore (Charlotte Church, Teskey Brothers). He went on to continue to study guitar and keys at University and graduated with a First-Class Honors in BA(Hons) Music Industry Practice.


As an in-demand musician and MD, Dom has naturally been involved in many performances in venues such as:

  • Metropolis Studios, London
  • O2 Academy Islington, London
  • The Robin 2, Wolverhampton
  • The Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham
  • The ICC, Birmingham, 
  • Electric Theatre, Guildford
  • The Boileroom, Guildford
  • The Star, Guildford
  • The Globe At Hay, Hay-on-Wye
  • O2 Academy, Birmingham

Testimonials

When you stumble across an instrumental piece curated through concordance which leaves you feeling slightly emotively bruised, you know you’ve just discovered an aural gem…a compelling progressive single which carries elements of Neo-Classical, yet, in a cinematic style he brings his soundscape well truly into the contemporary.

Amelia Vandergast, A&R Factory (2019)

I wasn’t prepared for this beautiful and haunting instrumental track by Dom Robson-Tull. When words aren’t involved, as a listener we’re left wondering what the song is about. Yet sometimes melodies say things words don’t need to.

Zarina Macha, zaridoesmusic (2018)

If you’re as aurally sensitive as me, don’t be surprised if the interplays of torment and tonal optimism leave you emotionally bruised.

Any fans of Nils Frahm and Phillip Glass will undoubtedly want to have Dom Robson-Tull on their radar sooner rather than later.

Amelia Vandergast, A&R Factory (2020)
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