About Fiorella Camilleri

A Musical Journey

Maltese-born flutist Fiorella Camilleri started playing the flute at the age of 14. Since then she has been an active chamber musician with different ensembles playing varied repertoire ranging from the classical to the contemporary, performing in Italy, Malta and Japan respectively. Her latest chamber music achievement led her to Shizuoka and Tokyo, where she led a research project, supported by the Malta Arts Fund, merging Maltese and Japanese traditional music(2017). International cultural diplomacy is a field of study, which she is exploring through chamber music and research based projects.. Fiorella believes in constant personal development through practice and education by participating in masterclasses with principal orchestra players, most recently with Emily Beynon, Paul Edmond Davies, Andreas Blau and Nicola Mazzanti. Fiorella was chosen as an active participant artist at the Aurora International Music Festival in Sweden (2018). In April 2012, she finished a two year Masters degree, “Biennio Specialistico” in Flute performance at the ‘Istituto Pareggiato Orazio Vecchi Tonelli’ in Modena, under the guidance of Michele Marasco, Andrea Oliva, and Gabriele Betti. Fiorella was the winner of the Young Musician Award (2007), which enabled her to follow masterclasses at the Thames Valley University, London College of Music, with flutist Christine Hankin. Furthermore, she holds both the Associate and the Licenciate Trinity College diplomas (2006-2007). For the past 14 years, Fiorella has been holding the sub principal flute/piccolo chair with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. Fiorella plays on a 14K Muramatsu flute and on a Philip Hammig granadilla wooden piccolo. In addition to her music career Fiorella holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in International Relations from the University of Malta (2004)