Matteo Costanzi began studying oboe at the age of 10. When he was 18 he got his bachelor degree at the conservatory of Terni (Italy). From 2008 to 2010 he studied in Florence with the oboist Thomas Indermuhle. In 2010 he moved to The Netherlands where he studied oboe and English horn with the professor Ernest Rombout, one of the most important and famous oboists of contemporary music, and in 2012 he got his Master degree in orchestra and chamber music. Since 2014 he has been studying baroque oboe with Frank de Bruine in the Conservatory of The Hague.
Matteo has collaborated with several orchestras both in Italy and in the Netherlands. In Italy he worked with the Orchestra Regione Toscana, the Orchestra Cherubini and the Italian Youth Orchestra. In The Netherlands he has been collaborating with the orchestra Camerata Amsterdam, the ensemble Musica Michaelis, the Nieuw Philarmonie Utrecht, the Atlas Academy, the Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra.
Matteo is also very active in chamber music, he is the oboist and English horn player of the Catchpenny Ensemble, co-founder and oboist of the Quatriola Ensemble, and gives concerts in duo with piano and also as soloist.
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