- Dom Robson-Tull is a multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer based in Birmingham, UK; playing Keyboards and Guitar. Specializing in Pop, Jazz, RnB and Soul, he can be seen working with a variety of contemporary artists today.
As an in-demand musician and MD, Dom has been involved in many performances and sessions throughout the UK including: -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
- Growing up in the remote town of Hereford, Dom spent much of his childhood honing his musical skills. He attended Birmingham Ormiston Academy where, after partaking in the afterschool Jazz workshop every Friday, Dom discovered a new passion for keys and the possibilities that came with this.
- He moved on to study Music Industry Practice - Guitar at the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) in Guildford, where he completed his degree with a First Class Honours. Throughout his time at ACM, Dom studied under some fantastic mentors including: Brian Henry (Soul2Soul) and Sandy Beales (One Direction), to name a few.
- After his studies, Dom took a short hiatus to work on his theory and arranging knowledge before jumping back into recording, which took precedence during UK Covid Lockdowns.
- If you would be interested in working together on your project, need Musical Direction for live shows/arrangements, or have any other questions, please feel free to reach out below.
Saturated with mellow hooks, the opening of ‘Calendar Girl’ serves to provide you with a blissful soundscape of acoustic melody. It captivates from the minute you hear the first chord. Warmth emanates from the soothing tone of the piano. And causing you to swan dive into a waterfall of emotion, you get completely lost in the track. Equally, with Tilly’s vocals being so elegantly blended, it’s not long before they play away at your heart strings too.
- Emmie Norton, ListenToDiscover 2021
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)
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)