Filippo Lombardi

All prize winners
1st Prize and EMCY prize
Nationality: Italian
Instrument: Trumpet
Date of birth 2005/12/17

Filippo Lombardi was born in 2005 in Germany and moved with his family to Italy in 2010. He is currently studying trumpet at the C. Monteverdi Conservatory in Bolzano under the guidance of Marco Pierobon and Giancarlo Parodi.

From the age of 11, he began to attend and win numerous national and international competitions, including the 23rd International Competition for Young Instrumentalists in Povoletto, the National Trumpet Arts Award, the Yamaha Music Foundation scholarship, and the International Competition “Premio Crescendo” in Florence. In November 2019, he took part in the fourth edition of “Prodigi”, broadcast on national television Rai 1 in prime time, winning a scholarship on that occasion. He was selected for the Young program of the Concertgebouw for the summer of 2021.

In 2022, he won the International Competition “Città di Chieri” (in the category of trumpeters up to 32 years), the second prize at “Concertino Praga”, and the “Werner Pirchner Preis” (for trumpeters up to 30 years) in Innsbruck. In 2023, he won the second prize in the trumpet category at the Aeolus International Competition (Düsseldorf), the second prize at the “August Everding” International Competition (Munich), the first prizes at the Bad Säckingen trumpet competition, and the first prize at the “Gran Premio Povoletto”. In 2024, he won the first prize at the international competitions “Città di Padova” and “Città di Palmanova”. That same year, he was selected as a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra.

He performed as a soloist at the “Sale Apollinee” of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, at the “Rudolfinum” in Prague accompanied by the Czech Radio Orchestra, and at the “Haus der Musik” in Innsbruck with the Stadtmusikkapelle Wilten. In 2023, he played as a soloist in a cycle of concerts with the Orchestra of Tuscany in some of the Medici villas and with the Vogtland Philharmonie in various locations in Thuringia. Filippo attended masterclasses with some of the most famous trumpet players, including Sergei Nakariakov, Roman Rindberger, Stephen Burns, Friedemann Immer, Rex Richardson, Omar Tomasoni, and Ruben Simeo.

Official website: http://www.filippolombardi.com


Solo trumpet:
A. Vizzutti – “Cascades”
A. Plog – “Postcards”
K. Hvoslef – Tromba Solo

Trumpet and Orchestra Concertos:
G. Tartini – Concerto in D major (orig. for violin)
A. Vivaldi – Concerto in C major for two trumpets
G.Ph. Telemann – Concerto for trumpet in D major
L. Mozart – Concerto in D major
J.B.G. Neruda – Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major
J. Haydn – Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major, HobVIIe:1
J.M. Hummel – Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major, S. 49
W.A. Mozart – Concerto in B-flat major, K. 191 (orig. for bassoon)
V. Bellini – Concerto in E-flat major (orig. for oboe)
O. Böhme – Trumpet concerto in F major, Op. 18
D. Shostakovich – Concert for piano, trumpet, and orchestra, Op. 35
A. Arutunian – Trumpet Concerto
A. Desenclos – “Incantation, Thrène et Danse”

Trumpet and piano:
J. B. Arban – Fantasy and variations on the Carnival of Venice
J. B. Arban – Fantasy and variations on the Tyrolienne
J. B. Arban – Fantaisie Brillante
C. Höhe – “Slavic fantasy”
V. Brandt – Concertpiece No. 1 in F minor, Op. 11
V. Brandt – Concertpiece No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 12
O. Böhme – Tarantella (La Napolitane)
B. Martinů – Sonatina for trumpet H. 357
V. Peskin – Scherzo
G. Enesco – “Legende”
A. Honegger – “Intrada”
K. Pilss – Sonata for trumpet
A. Jolivet – Concertino pour trompette et piano
M. Bitsch – Four variations on a theme by Scarlatti
G. Antheil – Sonata for trumpet
R. Gallois-Montbrun – Sarabande et final pour trompette et piano
T. Escaich – Tanz-Fantasie pour trompette et piano



J. Haydn - Trumpet Concerto

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