Jazz, Groove, World
Greengage Band, Vienna. Compositions from Daniel Salecich. With Daniel Salecich (Violin), Alex Pinter (Guitar), Walter Bass (Piano), Michael Kröss (Bass) and Lucas Fellner (Drums).
String Tango, for String Orchestra.
Greengage Band, Vienna, Call me Unknown / Ebet Magin. Arrangement/Composition Daniel Salecich. With special guest Hessam Habibi (Dotar).
101010001012(1012), for Violin and Electronics. Sabine Sabine Akiko Ahrendt (violin), Ensemble Linea, Strasbourg, Champs Libres Festival.
Generator «urban speed time-out»,, for Bass Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Harmonium. With Matyas Frtl, Izso Bajusz, Martin Dimov, Athanasios Trikoupis.
Ordynov, for Orchestra. Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Federation Hall, Tasmania, Australia 2003, Kenneth Young (conductor)
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.
Daniel Salecich has written for many various music styles and genres. His earlier works are experimental and modern, but more recently he has written jazz and post-modern compositions.
Salecich's works have been performed in the Wiener Konzerthaus (Austria), in the BMW Space, Federation Square (Australia) and in the Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, Strasbourg, (France), by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble LUX, Ensemble Integrales and the Ensemble Wiener Kollage. He has also received invitations to Festivals such as Wien Modern (Austria), the Melbourne International Arts Festival (Australia) and the III Festival Internacional de Música Carmelo Bernaola (Spain).
List of Compositions
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