Filippo Zambelli, French horn
Mr. Zambellli started his Music studies at the State Music Conservatory "Luigi Cherubini" in Florence, when he was 13. After graduating in French Horn in 1996, he perfected his studies with some the world's most important instrumentalist and educators, such as: Guido Corti, Dale Clevenger, Radovan Vlatkovic, Luca Benucci, Will Sanders, Ettore Bongiovanni.
In 2007 he received his B.F.A., with highest honors, from the University of Siena specializing in French horn performing and composing. In 2009 he was qualified to teach French Horn from the conservatory of Perugia.
In Fiesole he played in the Italian Youth Orchestra during the years 95-96 and 97-98 where he worked with some of the most important conductors at international level: Riccardo Muti, Giuseppe Sino poli, Emmanuel Krivine.
He collaborated and has collaborated with numerous Chamber music groups and orchestras in Florence and nearby, such as the V. Galilei Orchestra in Fiesole, the Orchestra città Lirica in Pisa, Haydn in Bolzano, the Opera Theatre in Cagliari, the Latium's Regional Orchestra, the Opera Festival, Florence's Symphonic Orchestra, the Florentine Chamber Music Orchestra il Ricercare Strumentale Italiano, Florence Symphonietta, the Val D'arno Orchestra and he is also the founder of the "Ensemble Guido Monaco" in Arezzo.
He currently teaches French Horn at the middle school specializing in Music "Masaccio" in Florence, at the Center of Music studies and Arts in Florence. He's also been teaching French Horn since 2008 at the Accademia dell'Arte di Arezzo (Arezzo's Accademy of the Arts) collaborating with Farman University (SC, U.S.A.) during the Italian semesters studies.