Remi Faggiani's Teacher Profile Page
Discover Remi Faggiani's teaching style and pedagogy:
Remi started playing french horn at the age of 7. He started studying at the Royal College of Music in London in September 2013 with professors Nigel Black, Timothy Jones, John Ryan and Jeff Bryant and graduated in July 2017. At the RCM he performed under the direction of conductors such as Bernard Haitink, Andrew Gourlay, Juraj Valčuha, Martin Brabbins and Nicholas Chollon.
Remi has performed alongside the London Symphony Orchestra at the Festival d’Aix 2013, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and with the Orchestre de Cannes PACA, in his hometown. Remi has won the 3rd price at the French Horn Society (AFC) in Reims in 2011. From 2016 to 2019 he was a member of the Orchestra Giovanile Cherubini (Italy) conducted by Riccardo Muti. As a chamber musician he has performed the Mozart horn quintet with the Sacconi Quartet.
Remi has also always enjoyed teaching young musicians. He was horn teacher in Tassin-la-demi-lune music school in France (near Lyon) in 2011-2012, during his time at college has been teaching via RCM Sparks and privately in London