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Projects and Commissions

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below are some of our past works and collaborations.



Native America: Highly successful studio/library album based on traditional themes, with a contemporary feel. Domenic and Vince wrote and recorded with South African writer/producer Robin Hogarth in their Twin Arrows studio and mastered in The Dairy in Brixton for release through Music House/ EMI, UK. Production included guest musicians, a choir, string sections, traditional and Native American instruments.

The Last of the Medicine Men: Recorded music and commentary for this BBC2 TV series, produced by Salim Salam, chronicling Benedict Allen's journey into world of the shaman (medicine man) through four countries & cultures (Tuvans of South Siberia, Huitchol of Mexico, Haitians of the Caribbean, Kerai of Siberut Island of Sumatra in Indonesia). Music composed by Michael Ormiston & Keith Waithe.



The Real Witch Project: Domenic wrote, produced and recorded music for this channel Five/Cicada films project, directed by Jaine Green. Singers included
well known artist Rumer.



Silk Road Tales: Domenic was workshop facilitator and performer for this month long BBC-British Library project for 12-17 year old students, culminating with a live performance at London's Shaw theatre. Conducted by the celebrated composer Steve Montague.


The Earth, The Sky and Me...the songs & music of Praying for the Rain:
Domenic & Vince DeCicco in 2 unique performances with the popular music students from Stratford-Upon Avon College...included were lectures and workshops/rehearsals with the students for the month leading up to the final show. Commissioned by Head of music and acclaimed composer/musician David Coulter.

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Ainu Totem Pole

Artists of the Wilderness: The project with Domenic as artistic producer was awarded a grant from the The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, to travel to Japan and research the stories, art and music of the Ainu Peoples of Hokkaido. This was an initial meeting towards the possibility of a future exhibition and collaboration.

Ainu Dancing group ainu instruments Ainu girl playing


condor,coyote and canyon

The Condor, the Coyote and the Canyon: Voice and percussion by Domenic on background music for this Survival Anglia/ Discovery Channel documentary. Music produced by acclaimed Grammy award winning composer /producer Robin Hogarth.


Australia Dreaming Exhibition - This Earth For Us.
Music for accompanying film. Exhibits in London, Bristol, Edinburgh and Sidney.


invasion Iraq

Invasion Iraq (Kurds the music): Domenic performed on, recorded and mixed this Channel 4/ Dispatches documentary. Commissioned by composer/musician Michael Ormistion.



The Joy of Sound: Domenic and Vince created and produced the music for a CD with a group of adults with severe learning difficulties and 50 guest musicians in a truly interactive project for the Peabody Trust and Millennium Fellowship.


pleasure zone cd cover

Zone Music: Placed songs on 2 box cd sets. Domenic and Vince provided music for the Cd's entitled Pleasure Zone and TV Zone.




Dancing Along the Silk Road: Domenic mastered and produced both the music and artwork school resource pack with accompanying Cd for the Chinese Cultural Centre in London. Included was a voice over for introduction by Domenic.


hammersmith college

Hammersmith and West London college: Domenic was invited by the Music department as guest speaker for several sessions covering topics such as vocal techniques, music and business, song structure and promotion.



Keith Waithe: Domenic produced and recorded the Rhythms of Freedom album by world-renowned jazz/world flautist. he also designed Cd cover.

wonderlust cover

Wanderlust: Album from London based choir, Songlines. Recorded live at the Union Chapel and Twin Arrows studios. (Domenic recorded, edited and produced the Cd, as well as artwork ) He also performed at the live concert.

Commonwealth Day 1999: Domenic and Vince with David Coulter perform for world leaders and dignitaries during this observance at Westminster Abbey hosted by The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.