Dom Coyote (EMT) is an award winning composer, theatre maker and voice coach. He was a long term collaborator with internationally acclaimed theatre company Kneehigh. Dom creates performance projects and writes music for theatre and film. His unusual blend of electronica, acoustic and vocal music, along with his innate fascination with story has led him to international collaborations from South Africa to Berlin and create musical scores across an eclectic mix of art forms and genres. Dom is Artistic Director of Bristol Performance company OTIC. Their new show ‘The Colour of Dinosaurs’ is a recipient of the prestigious ‘Unlimited’ award. The show previewed its sold out run at Bristol Old Vic in the autumn of 2023 to audience acclaim. It’s London Premier is set for Spring 2024 at Polka Theatre.
Dom’s other projects as composer / performer include the upcoming short by Adjani Salmon, Mai Jeruom (Film 4/BFI) critically acclaimed Hamlet for Young Audiences (National Theatre), Audio/installation Triffid, (Ghostbag), Henry V (Donmar Warehouse) Everyman (adapted by Carol Ann Duffy) and dance film The Neon Shadow, (Kneehigh, Tom Jackson Greaves) featured on BBC’s culture in Lockdown.
Before leading OTIC as AD, Dom created three major music/theatre projects with his award winning company Dom Coyote Productions – The Raun Tree (commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and Leeds Playhouse), Songs for the End of the World, (Winner of the Origins award for outstanding achievement at Vault Festival, London), and his solo piece, We Can Time Travel (commissioned by Shoreditch Town Hall).
in 2021, Dom became an certified voice coach (Estill Master Trainer) and now coaches artists from stage and screen, lectures at major universities and drama schools, works with premier league football clubs, spoken word artists, songwriters and actors.
Dom is represented by United Agents and a full C.V. can be found on their website.