Domenic Salerni joins Dalí Quartet and wins silver in the M-Prize Competition

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Domenic Salerni

Domenic Salerni ’11 MM has been appointed first violinist of the Dalí Quartet, an ensemble that is known particularly for its excellence in Latin-American repertoire.

Furthermore, as a part of the septet Foundry, Salerni and YSM alumni Ian Rosenbaum ’10 MM ’11 AD, Andy Akiho ’11 MM, and Samuel Suggs ’14 MM, won second prize in the M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition in the open division. Foundry is an ensemble that crosses and transcends genres, innovating new sounds through the synthesis of contemporary classical techniques and jazz, reggae, Caribbean, and Soca.  The M-Prize Competition (through the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance) awarded Foundry $7000.

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Published June 28, 2016
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Winners of 2015 Chamber Music Competition announced

spraguechambergroupThe winners of the 2015 Chamber Music Competition have been announced. The winning ensembles will perform on a concert presented by the Oneppo Chamber Music Series at the Yale School of Music on Tuesday, May 5.

In announcing the winners, Wendy Sharp, the coordinator of chamber music at YSM, noted that the judges “were impressed with the overall high level of playing and great variety of repertoire. When picking the program, we considered not only the performances, but also what might make an interesting concert, the variety of work and instrumentation, and overall length.”

The winners, in program order, are: MORE

Published April 9, 2015
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May 7 concert presents winners of chamber music competition

Concert features music my Stucky, Poulenc, Schubert, and Bartók

The Yale School of Music presents the winners of the annual Chamber Music Competition in a showcase concert on Tuesday, May 7 at 8 pm in Morse Recital Hall. The concert is the last event of the 2012–2013 Oneppo Chamber Music Series.

In announcing the competition winners, Wendy Sharp, the director of chamber music at YSM, noted: “We were impressed with the high level of seriousness, preparation and musicianship. It was not easy choosing a program from such a strong list of groups. When picking the program, we considered not only the performances, but also what might make an interesting concert, the variety of work and instrumentation, and overall length.” MORE

Published April 3, 2013
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