Meet Domenica Fossati.
Domenica Fossati is a Latin Grammy winning flutist, recording artist, and educator currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Influenced by a wide range of musical styles including jazz, rock, and hip hop, her work oscillates gracefully between art music and pop.
Her powerful performance interpretations on flute have found a home with established composers, such as Ted Hearne and Meredith Monk; as well as collaborated with notable collectives including Bang on a Can All Stars and Wordless Music Orchestra. She works with some of today’s leading players in jazz and popular music including Marc Ribot, Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys and members of Antibalas and Snarky Puppy.
Domenica says: “Music is about working together, and about participation. When children collaborate in creating something, it can activate a joy in expression that can go on to inform and pervade achievement across all disciplines. This is why music can be, and I believe should be, at the center of any learning community. As a teaching artist and OneBeat fellow, I've made it my mission to involve and encourage children of all ages and backgrounds in making and performing music together.” Make sure to check her out at: