Dominic Veall is a London-based composer and arranger. He majored in composition and graduated with first class honours from King’s College London, and is currently completing his Master’s degree in Composition at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. He writes most often for choirs, with arrangements and transcriptions published by Novello and Hal Leonard, but is also a keen instrumental writer, with experience as a professional cellist and pianist. His works have been performed at various venues, including St Martin-in-the-Fields, Shrewsbury Abbey, and the Brunel Museum. He was won and been a finalist in various competitions, most notably in the Daryl Runswick Competition held by Trinity Laban in 2019, with his 9-minute piece ’23.6.2016’ for chamber orchestra. The sound worlds of Dominic’s works vary greatly, from simple and commercial, to the humorous and avant-garde. Often he writes with a contemporary take on French impressionistic styles. He thrives in taking on commissions and collaborations and is excited for future projects in his musical career.