Dominic Mekky is an American composer and pianist (b. 1990, York, PA).

He studied at The New School in New York under Kirk Nurock, Rudy Palmer, and Gabriel Kahane; he graduated in 2013. As a film composer, he has scored films such as “This Time Tomorrow” by Shane Bissett and “Up The River” by Ben Greenblatt, which were featured in various international film festivals. His music has appeared in an assortment of documentaries, short films, and television. In 2011 he conceptualized and designed the sound and music for “Chaos Manor,” a large-scale multimedia installation by Sam Stephenson and Chris McElroen. He lives in Brooklyn, NY, plays piano/electronics in a number of eclectic groups, and writes concert works and theater pieces. He is a founder of the burgeoning production house “Sounds & Voices,” alongside frequent collaborator Franky Rousseau, with whom he wrote “April,” a multimedia chamber opera/musical theater piece (which had its test premiere in September 2015, and is currently under development as a short film).