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Dominic Harlan is a pianist, performer, workshop leader, presenter and composer. Through his workshops, recitals and presentations, he has introduced countless people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to the worlds of opera, music-theatre, concert performances and composition.

“Cynics detecting political correctness in overdrive would have felt satisfied if the results were makeshift or amateurish, but the opposite was true. Musically the performances were superb…Dominic Harlan, the music director and pianist, deserves a medal.” ***** The Times on Britten’s Canticles, Westminster Abbey

“Harlan is irrepressibly enthusiastic. A terrifically engaging pianist, actor and communicator…terrific fun. Go and have your eyes and ears opened to these songs.” The Singer on When Yesterday we Met…, Wigmore Hall

“Harlan is what is known as a 'born communicator' whose fresh approach has won him high admiration... He generated a high level of excited involvement which made these songs seem viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed… A passionate family concert and a show I’d warmly recommend.” **** Rupert Christiansen , The Telegraph on Songs About Us

Introducing songs at Wigmore Hall, with soprano, Sarah Gabriel


‘Songs About Us’ filmed live at Wigmore Hall, London.

‘When Yesterday we Met…’ filmed live at Wigmore Hall, London.

Introducing Rachmaninoff’s G Minor Prelude at ‘The Wheels on Debussy’ concerts for children, Tonbridge, UK


Utah, 1975 – Music by Dominic Harlan, words by Steve Hale.
Sarah Gabriel, soprano, Philip Smith, baritone, Dominic Harlan, piano.
Performed live at Riverside Studios, London, as part of Tête à Tête:The Opera Festival. Special thanks to Tête â Tête (www.tete-a-tete.org.uk)

Songs from the show Photo-Me. Music and lyrics by Dominic Harlan.

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