dylan dukat (b. 2000) is a korean-american composer and educator.

dylan earned his bachelor of music in music education and theory/composition from the crane school of music, suny potsdam. there, he studied with tim sullivan, ivette herryman-rodriguez, and jerod sommerfeldt. he is pursuing his master of music in composition at boston conservatory at berklee, studying under dan vanhassel and eun young lee.

dylan is a member of the millennium composers initiative, a collective dedicated to "creating fresh and engaging new music for all types of ensembles and media, [and striving] to push the limits of what defines music and art through experimental, conventional, and interdisciplinary means." he is also a member of the american society of composers, authors, and publishers (ASCAP).

dylan has had his work performed by departure duo, rhythm method, and the boston conservatory wind ensemble, amongst other ensembles and soloists around the american northeast. his work was also previously published by m&m music press, llc. he is also a former faculty of the eastern u.s. music camp, where he worked as head counselor and composition instructor.