Composer. Violinist. Teacher.


Crossover, Jazz, Film, Classical, Experimental, Postmodern

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).

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Classical, Romantic, Modern, Experimental, Jazz, Rock, Pop

Daniel Salecich has played internationally both as Soloist, Chamber, Orchestral Member and Concertmaster in China, Korea, Japan, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria and Australia. He has appeared at a number of festivals, including the International Accordion Festival Vienna (Austria), Wien Modern (Austria), Donauinselfest (Austria), Festival Champs Libres (France), Melbourne International Chamber Music Festival (Australia) and the Inteatro Festival (Italy).

He also plays with the John Dellroy Band (Folkrock, Indie), was a member of the Crossover/Jazz group Midasdivas and also was the founding member of the Jazz group Greengage.

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Violin, Composition | Beginners to Advanced
Frankfurt am Main und Mannheim - Germany

Daniel Salecich has over 16 years of experience as a teacher of both violin and composition. He is a patient teacher and works individually with the needs of each student. In Violin lessons a student can learn Classical Violin, Folk/Fiddle and Jazz. In Composition lessons a student can learn how to write for Solo, Ensemble and Orchestras, how to write Electronic Music, writing for Film and working with DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations).

He has taught Romantic Music Theory at the University of Queensland, Australia and was a staff member for Violin at the 2015 European Jazz and Pop Orchestra, Austria. He is also currently a violin teacher at the TonArte Musikschule in Mannheim, Germany.