Born: February 10, 1981
Dylan Rynhart is a composer of many genres. He founded award winning jazz orchestra Fuzzy Logic Ensemble and has made two albums of his music with them. Dylan has scored music for theatre, an award winning short film and became involved in electro-acoustic composition and surround sound through his masters in music technology from Trinity college. He has also received commissions to write for contemporary classical ensembles, including sax and string quartets. Dylan is represented by both the Contemporary music centre and the Improvised music centre, and is currently working on his PhD in music composition with composer John Godfrey, in U.C.C...
AwardsIn october 2005 I was awarded The Guinness Cork jazz festival's "Best young Irish jazz artist" award, this was the inaugural year for this award and it was presented by BBC radio producer Keith Loxam and jazz legends; David Amram and Jon Faddis. In the Irish Examiner, December 2005 i was voted 26th in a list of the top 50, most influential people in the Irish music scene. The reason given for my inclusion in this list was; "exceptional young talent". In 2005 i was commissioned by dyehouse films to compose the soundtrack for "nun more deadly" a film noir comedy. The short film won the following awards; The audience award for best irish short at the Cork international film festival The award for best fiction at the Sligo short film festival. And the Tiernan Macbride award for best Irish short at the Galway film fleadh. next concert: kindly supported by:
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