Dyfan Jones

Composition & Sound Design


Dyfan has 25 years of experience working as a Composer, Musical Director and Sound Designer. His work ranges from scoring children’s television animations to gritty theatrical sound designs. He won Best Sound at the 2015 Wales Theatre Awards for “Contractions”. Over recent years, he has worked with Directors such as Kate Wasserberg, Philip Breen, Max Stafford Clarke, Roxana Silbert and Matthew Dunster. As well as commissioned work for TV Drama, Cartoons and Documentaries, Dyfan writes Production Music for numerous labels.

2019 sees Dyfan Composing for Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn Winter Show at London Fashion Week followed by Composition and Sound Design for Merched Caerdydd/Nos Sadwrn o Hyd, 2 short plays for Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, directed by Mared Swain and Aled Pedrick. In the spring he will be Sound Designing The Provoked Wife at The Swan in Stratford with Philip Breen for the RSC whilst CANU, a new Animated series for S4C, is being Composed and Arranged during the first half of the year. The Autumn brings a new production of Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, followed by Sydney & the Old Girl by Eugene O’Hare at The Park Theatre and The Ugly Duckling at Sherman Cymru. To end the year there’s a return to The Riverfront as Musical Director on Cinderella.

Theatrical work in 2018 included productions such as Shakespeare in Love at Theatre Royal Bath with Philip Breen, Close Quarters at The Crucible, Sheffield with Kate Wasserberg, a tour of Nyrsys for Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru with Sara Lloyd and Sleeping Beauty at The Riverfront, Newport, directed by Richard Gauntlett.


Dyfan is innately musical. He's a wonderful composer, arranger, orchestrator and musicologist.  The breadth of his musical knowledge and sense of daring are perfectly balanced with great sensitivity and openness.  It is these qualities, alongside his passion and commitment, that make collaborating with him effortless and exciting.

Daniel Evans, Artistic Director,

Chichester Festival Theatre

Photo by Garry Lake