Domenic Salerni is the first violinist of the Philadelphia-based Dalí Quartet, on faculty at West Chester University, ArCoNet, and the Dalí Quartet International Music Festival (DQMF). He is a member of the band Foundry, plays in IRIS Orchestra in Germantown, TN, and performs regularly with the Chiarina Chamber Players in Washington, DC. In the summer, in addition to DQMF, he has joined the Bellingham Music Festival for performances of orchestral and chamber music.
In addition to freelance work with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, the League of American Composers, and the PostClassical Ensemble, Domenic composes and arranges chamber music and film music. Domenic performed his original film score to Giuseppe de Liguorno’s “Dante’s Inferno” again this season at Emory University, and looks forward to collaborations with Olga Kern, Ricardo Morales, Ian Rosenbaum, and Elspeth Davis into next season. Domenic holds degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music and Yale University, and was a recipient of the Yale Chamber Music Society Award, a laureate of the 2009 Sion-Valais International Violin Competition, and recognized by ArtsATL’s “30 Under 30” series in 2013.