Guy Dagul is a talented and acclaimed composer, producer, arranger, programmer and concert pianist.
He has worked on many iconic movies, such as "The Last Of The Mohicans", "Cliffhanger", "Arachnophobia", "Sea of Love" , "Mississippi Burning", "Cry Freedom" and "Dangerous Liaisons" in collaboration with the likes of Trevor Jones and George Fenton.
More recently, working in his own studio in Oxfordshire Guy has been developing the "Sons Of Ben" project with musician Rod Thomas. He has produced many memorable music scores, for BBC TV's ‘Eyewitness’ natural history series, several Japanese TV and film productions, music for Delia Smith's cookery programmes and music for both the National Geographic and the Discovery channels. Film work includes scoring ‘Greenfingers’ with Helen Mirren and Clive Owen, ‘Happy Birthday’ produced and directed by Helen Mirren and a South Bank Special Feature, ‘Broken Morning’. Guy has also liaised with Hardy Films, composing the music for 'London's Burning (2011)', 'The Man That Shook Hitler' and 'Love Me Till Monday'.
Guy has also formed collaborations with songwriters and other musicians such as “Legs” Larry Smith (ex Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band), singer/songwriters Calista Kazuko , Lu Cozma , Des Barkus , Purdy and Nicolette Street . He produced/managed three Iranian opera singers Sedonia guiding their transition from classical to ‘pop’ music while still maintaining the integrity of their musical talent. He plays keyboard with one of the most sought after function bands in the South of England, ‘Lucky To Be Alive’.
Guy's music has won many awards including the IVCA and The International Wildlife Film Festival.
As a pianist Guy has performed as soloist, accompanist and chamber musician in most of the UK’s leading concert halls. Early in his career he appeared regularly with his parents (Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul) with whom he made many recordings and TV appearances.
In July 2016 the Welsh National Opera (WNO) are performing "Game Over" , a children's opera
originally commissioned by W11 Opera.