Alongside tracks from Billy Joel, Procol Harum, Nancy Sinatra, Elton John, Bauhaus and of course Dmytro Morykit, The Saint talks with pianist and live performer Dmytro Morykit about a lifetime in music.
What does he know about the circumstances that lead to his father being forced to fight for the Nazis? Why did his father regard Dmytro taking piano lessons as a second choice option? How did he get to visit Poland during the cold war? What are his memories of playing in the Northampton based new wave band 'Suppose I Laugh'? How did Dmytro meet poet and partner Hazel Cameron? What lead to Dmytro becoming actively involved in the 75th anniversary of the Ukrainian atrocity of Holodomar? How did Dmytro get involved in re-imagining the music of film classics 'Metropolis' and 'Nosferatu'? Why is live performance so important to Dmytro?
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