Born in a family of musicians, Eleonora Dominijanni started playing music at the age of 10.
Graduated with honours in the Conservatory of Castelfranco Veneto (Treviso, Italy) in 2017, she won an audition among all the graduates, granting her the opportunity to play the Concert of A. Dvorak as a soloist, accompanied by the Orchestra Sinfonica "A. Steffani“. Not done yet with her studies, her musical concerns led her some years later to Den Haag (The Netherlands), where she kept developing with Prof. Michel Strauss and Jan Ype Nota at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag, obtaining her Master's degree in 2023.
As a soloist, her playing has been rewarded several times. She obtained awards and prizes in national and international events and competitions, such as the Second Prize (First not assigned) at the Treviso International Competition and the First Prize in the "Contemporary Music" section. In 2017, she was invited to perform at the Municipal Theatre of Cittadella as winner of the "Rotary Club" Award.
Passionate of chamber music, she firstly deepen in this field at the age of 16, performing “Die Forelle” quintet with the violinist Domenico Nordio at the Stradivari Festival in Cremona. In March 2021, she took part in a recording project organized by Cuarteto Casals, playing Mozart quintet in g minor with the violist of the quartet Jonathan Brown. She was also a founder member of the "Scarlet Quartet", with whom she won the First Prize at the Treviso International Competition, at Piove di Sacco National Competition, the First Absolute Prize at the Cittadella International Competition and the First Absolute Prize at the "Crescendo" Competition in Florence, also obtaining the Special Category Prize and the “Piero Farulli” Special Prize for the best string quartet.
As an orchestra musician, she has recently been appointed an Academist member of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, in Switzerland; and during the 2021-2022 season she was part of the Academy of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, in The Netherlands. Apart from the previous ones, she often collaborates with the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra (Belgium) and the Residentie Orkest (The Netherlands). In Italy, she was offered to join the Filarmonica del Teatro Regio for the season 2019/2020 and, in the same year, she won the audition for I Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra in Milan, where she played also as principal cello. In 2019, she was selected for Riccardo Muti’s Orchestra, the Cherubini Orchestra and in 2022 she was appointed for the principal cello position in the NJO (Netherlands Youth Orchestra). During her career, she has been able to play under the baton world-leading conductors such as Lahav Shani, Yannick Nezet-Seguín, Valery Gergiev, Tarmo Peltotoski, or Jukka-Pekka Saraste or among others.