Dominic's artistry has won him several prizes, including First Prize in the 22nd Brant International Piano Competition, British Music Society Awards, R.C.M. Chappell Gold Medal, a Director's Golden Jubilee Award at the R.C.M., Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra Young Soloist Competition as well as a laureate of the Corpus Christi, U.S.A. International Competition for Piano and Strings. Performances in the UK include the Wigmore Hall, St. John's Smith Square, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Fairfield Hall and the Barbican Hall. Overseas he has played in France, Holland, Poland, America, Korea and Japan.
He studied at Chethams School of Music, the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music where he held the R.C.M. Society Junior Fellowship from 2004-2006. A versatile musician, Dominic is in demand as a soloist, member of various chamber ensembles and accompanist to a wide variety of singers and instrumentalists.
Concerto performances include Beethoven "Emperor", Grieg, Liszt No.1, Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue, Rachmaninov 3rd and Prokofiev 2nd.
Of particular note was a performance with Itzhak Perlman, performances of Tchaikovsky Concerto and Saint-Saens "Carnival of the Animals" with the Osaka Philharmonic in Symphony Hall, Osaka.
In 2012 he participated in a fascinating JANET Arts Event at the RCM, using LOLA technology, to accompany a live instrumentalist in Edinburgh whilst being in the London studio. He recently founded the Munster Square Music Live lunchtime concert series in London and released his first album ‘Variations With Sound’. His second album, 'Wild About Transcription', was released in 2014 by Willowhayne Records and his latest album will be released in Spring 2017.
'pianist Dominic John has inexhaustible energy, phenomenal technique, bravura- and at least four arms. The performance is astounding'
International Piano Magazine
'He has a masterful technique that is more than equal to Busoni's treacherous double notes and rapid passagework and embraces Busoni's parody of Chopin's "Minute Waltz" with grotesque elegance.'