Silvio Zammit started his musical studies in Malta at the Johann Strauss School of Music with flautist Joseph Corrado and later furthered his studies at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence, Italy. There he studied with Prof. Maria di Sabatini, Prof. Pier Luigi Mencharelli,and Prof. Roberto Fabbriciani. Silvio also studied harmony and counterpoint with Mro. Camelo Pace, and orchestration and composition with Mro. Pawlu Grech. He attended masterclasses with international flautists Emmanuel Pahud, and Sir James Galway. He also took part in Baroque music workshops held by Baroque flute specialist Berthold Kuijkens. Silvio has premiered, and recorded various Maltese flute compositions by P.P Bugeja, C.Pace, R.Pace, C.Camilleri, J.Vella, P.Grech, F.Galea, A.Pace and many others. Silvio has performed with many international artists some of whom are The Priests, David Campbell (clarinettist), Andrea Kuypers (flutist) and Cecilia Gasdia (soprano).
Together with his wife Ramona Zammit Formosa (pianist and flautist), they have performed as soloists, and chamber music musicians in Malta, Italy, Bulgaria, Portugal, Spain, England, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Slovakia and the U.S.A. He also is a member founder of Gukulari Ensemble which specializes in music related with Malta recording two CDs featuring music of the 18th and 19th century.
Silvio is a Fellow of the London College of Music and also holds with distinction other diplomas from this College in Chamber Music and Flute Performance. He was also awarded the Lloyd Webber gold medal for distinction in interpretation. After being a member for twenty years of the Manoel Theatre Orchestra and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvio is currently a flute teacher at the Johann Strauss National School of Music. He also dedicates his time to musical arrangements, and composition.