Filippo Cangiamila is graduated in trombone, wind band composition and conducting, composition and orchestral conducting.

From May 2012 to March 2019 he filled the role of Assistant conductor in the national Corps of the ‘polizia penitenziaria’ wind band. As a composer he won several competitions: ‘Licinio Refice Award’ (second prize), ‘Oreste Sindici Award’ (third prize), ‘Valentino Bucchi Award’ (first prize), ‘Contemporaneamente Award’ (second prize), ‘G. Palatucci Award’ (second prize). His compositions are published by Scomegna, Wicky and Mulph.

In the past he was second and first trombone of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma (2002-2007) and euphonium player with the National Band of ‘Guardia di Finanza’ (2008-2012). He collaborated with Ensemble Algoritmo, Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia, Teatro di San Carlo - Naples, Teatro La Fenice - Venice. He has performed in St. Petersburg, Belgrade, Berlin, Madrid, London, Athens, Amsterdam, Krakow, Warsaw, Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro.

He is a founding member, artistic and musical director of the Italian Brass Band, which since 2015, under his leadership, won seven international prizes, including three European Brass Band Championships in the Challenge Section. The first CD of the Band, “Verdi’s Overtures”, whit four of his own arrangements, received enthusiastic comments from the brass audience all over the world.

He is often invited as a jury member, guest conductor and teacher in several competitions, concerts and courses throughout Europe. In August 2015 he was invited to the 6th ‘Festival dei Maestri’ in Collesano (Sicily) mainly dedicated to his wind band compositions.

Since 2019 he is the conductor of the “Banda dell’Esercito Italiano” (Italian Army Band).