About

Daniel Salecich.

Born 1979, Bundaberg, Australia.

Salecich graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Music (Honours) in Violin and Composition from the University of Queensland, Australia. On graduating he was presented a University Medal for outstanding achievement and was offered a three-year Australian Postgraduate Award. Subsequently Salecich completed in 2009 a Doctorate of Philosophy (Music) at same university. A recipient of a Graduate Research School Travel Award in 2006-2007, he undertook postgraduate studies in Composition at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz, Austria.

As a composer, his works have been performed with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne International Chamber Music Festival, Grazer Hörfest, ForumFESTIVAL Graz, Ensemble Linea, Komponistenforum Mittersill, III Festival Internacional de Música Carmelo Bernaola, Ensemble Integrales, Champ Libres, Inteatro Festival, Silo String Quartet, Trio Lacroix|Moser|Sterev, Wien Modern, Theater Scala Wien, Ensemble LUX and the Ensemble Wiener Collage. He has also attended the Australian Academy of Music, the Australian Orchestral Composer’s Forum, and the Ferienkurse für neue Musik, Darmstadt.

As a violinist he has performed at the International Akkordionfestival in Vienna, Wien Modern, with the Philharmonia Wien, Max Brand Ensemble Klagenfurt, Crossfields Festival Brisbane, and has performed solo, chamber and orchestral concerts in China, Korea, Japan, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria and Australia. He plays with the Jazz group Greengage and is also a member of the John Dellroy Band (Folk-Rock/Indie).

His teachers include Spiros Rantos, Philip Bracanin, Georg Friedrich Haas and Beat Furrer. Salecich currently lives in Mannheim, Germany.

Salecich also is the founder of Geigenhimmel - professional String players for events.