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Violinist, composer, and arranger Domenic Salerni is a member of the two-time Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet. Attacca was featured on Billie Eilish’s most recent Album “Hit Me Hard and Soft,” and earlier this season made their Concertgebouw debut. Attacca can be heard on the soundtrack to Alfonso Cuarón’s upcoming seven-part film series on Apple TV+ “Disclaimer,” playing the music of Finneas. They will also be featured, alongside Sō Percussion and Roomful of Teeth, in Caroline Shaw’s film score to Ken Burns’ newest PBS documentary, “Leonardo da Vinci,” airing this November. Attacca looks forward to a number of upcoming releases with the record label Platoon, and can also be heard on albums with Nonesuch Records and Sony Classical.


As a recitalist and composer, Domenic can be heard at Richmond, Virginia’s newest chamber music salon, The Belvedere Series, founded by pianist Ingrid Keller. The Belvedere Series commissioned Salerni’s “Seven Meditations” for piano trio last season thanks to a grant from the Allan and Margot Blank Foundation. Domenic also arranged 60s Civil Rights era protest songs for the Palaver Strings’ album “a change is gonna come,” featuring tenor Nicholas Phan and jazz vocalist Farayi Malek. In 2022, Attacca created and recorded original music for the podcast “The Sound: Mystery of Havana Syndrome,” which was featured in the New York Times’ Best Podcasts of 2023. Domenic’s first string quartet commission, “Trilobites: a Musical Excavation,” was made possible by the Appalachian Chamber Music Festival, founded in 2021 by cellist Katie Terrell, and is featured on West Virginia Public Television.


A graduate of the Yale School of Music and the Cleveland Institute of Music, Domenic regularly performs with the Chiarina Chamber Players in Capitol Hill, DC. Recipient of the 2020 CMA Commissioning Grant, Chiarina looks forward to its debut album in its 10th season of the music of Carlos Simon, including the commissioned work, “The Best Cuisine,” featuring co-artistic directors Efi Hackmey and Carrie Bean Stute and bass-baritone Carl DuPont.


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