Violinist Domenic Salerni is a member of the New York-based Grammy Award-winning Attacca Quartet. He is also a member of the Chiarina Chamber Players, based in Washington, DC.
Domenic has recorded four new albums in his time with Attacca Quartet, including "Real Life" and "Of All Joys" on Sony Classical. As a member of the Chiarina Chamber Players, Domenic was a recipient of a 2020 Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Grant.
In 2020, as part of his response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Domenic helped set up the Philadelphia Musicians Relief Fund as part of AFM Local 77’s efforts to provide for its community of musicians in times of need. The Fund has raised over $100,000 and is now fiscally sponsored by CultureWorks of Greater Philadelphia.
Domenic is also active as a composer and arranger and his works have been performed at venues such as Emory University and the inaugural Appalachian Chamber Music Festival.
Domenic was the first violinist of the Dalí Quartet from 2016-2020, and was the recipient of the Atlanta Symphony Talent Development Program’s Aspire Award in 2019. He holds degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the Yale University School of Music. He has received numerous awards from institutions around the US and was a finalist in the Sion-Valais International Violin Competition and the M Prize.