Arcangelo Fiorello was born in 1994, became passionate about the world of brass instruments and bands at the age of 6 and at the age of 9 he was admitted to the Tuba class of the Reggio Calabria Conservatory under the guidance of Alessandro Fossi and subsequently Andrea Affardelli.
During his musical studies in Calabria he began his first orchestral collaborations by winning the audition in the National Orchestra of the Italian Conservatories and in the European Contemporary Orchestra.
Graduated at the age of 19, he continued his studies with Alessandro Fossi, graduating in Tuba at the Pesaro Conservatory.
He continues to perfect himself with internationally renowned artists including Roger Bobo, Gene Pokorny, Oystein Baadsvik, Rex Martin Roland Szentpali, Mario Barsotti, Gianluca Grosso, Guido Corti, Fabiano Fiorenzani, Wilfried Brandstotter, Gerard Buquet, Giampaolo Pretto, Calogero Palermo, Marco Pierobon.
In 2016 he won the Orchestral Competition at the National Band of the Italian Army, holding this artistic position until April 2023.
His concert activity has led him to perform with important orchestras in Europe, Asia and Africa collaborating with prestigious conductors such as Ennio Morricone, Riccardo Muti, Pinchas Steinberg, Juraj Valčuha, Jeffrey Tate, Mikhail Pletnev, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Frédéric Chaslin, Rory Macdonald, Roberto Abbado, Andris Poga, Alpesh Chauhan, Antonino Fogliani, Donato Renzetti, Dietrich Paredes, Pietari Inkinen, Gàbor Takàcs Nagy, Gustavo Gimeno, Ola Rudner, Antonio Mendez.
The attention and dedication to the classical and orchestral world does not fail to collaborate in the most varied musical fields: he collaborates and performs in various contexts with artists such as Beppe Vessicchio, Mario Biondi, Fabrizio Bosso, Tony Esposito, Giovanni Allevi and Nile Rodgers & Chic .
In 2020 he was chosen as Tuba Soloist to bring his wonderful instrument to the infamous stage of LA BIENNALE in Venice for the first time in history in a concert of contemporary music dedicated entirely to Luigi Nono.
In November 2021 he won the first edition of the Concours de Tuba d'Antibes Juan-les-Pins.
Over the years he has won numerous orchestral auditions and currently holds the role of Principal Tuba at the "V. Bellini" Theatre's Orchestra in Catania and at the "La Toscanini" Orchestra in Parma.