Upcoming engagements include Mozart Airborne for OperaQ in Brisbane.
Recent engagements include covering Nanki-poo and Nemorino for Scottish Opera and the 2017 ETO Spring Tour.
Dominic originates from the small rural town of Nanango in Queensland, Australia. He completed his undergraduate studies at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University in Brisbane, and received the Griffith University Academic Award in 2009. While with Opera Queensland's Young Artist Program (2011-12), Dominic's professional debut as Nanki-poo in The Mikado was reviewed by the Australian media as 'high spirited and delightful ... [as] his rich tenor registered time and time again.'
Since relocating to London in 2012 and completing the Guildhall Artist Masters of Performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2014, where he was awarded the Concert Recital Diploma and the Chairman's Prize, Dominic has performed and covered with Scottish Opera, English Touring Opera, Garsington Opera, Nevill Holt Opera, Clonter Opera, British Youth Opera, the Chelsea Opera Group, Third Hand Opera, and Wexford Festival Opera.
Dominic has performed all the major song cycles of Schubert with fellow Australian Geoffrey Saba, touring Australia in 2014 and 2015 with plans to perform Schwanengesang again in the near future.
Dominic has appeared as an oratorio soloist at St John’s Smith Square, the Barbican Centre, LSO St Luke’s, Cadogan Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall as well as performing national anthems at the 100th ANZAC Day commemorations at Hyde Park Corner in the presence of HRH The Princess Royal, the 101st ANZAC Day in the presence of HRH Prince Harry and several international sporting events at Lang Park and The Gabba in Brisbane.
In 2013-14, Dominic was a recipient of a Guildhall School Trust Scholarship.
In 2012-13, Dominic received the Guy Parsons Award from the Australian Music Foundation and grants from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust and the Australia Council.