Luiz Filipe Coelho (São Paulo, 1984) has been a member of the first violin group of the Berlin Philharmonic since 2012.
As a soloist he has performed with various international orchestras, such as the Vienna-Berlin Chamber Orchestra, the Gulbenkian Orchestra, the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra, among others. He was winner of international competitions: Tibor Varga, Gerhard Taschner, Henri Marteau.
In February 2007 the Musikleben Foundation awarded him with the case of a Lorenzo Storioni violin from 1774, belonging to the German Republic. He is a prolific chamber musician, playing in various ensembles such as the Berlin Philharmonic String Quintet, the Stradivari Ensemble, the Marzona Quartet, also leading the Philharmonic Camerata as concertmaster.
He plays regularly in renowned concert halls: Berlin, Vienna, Paris, Rome, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, São Paulo, Lisbon, among others.
He performed the first ever recording of composer Camargo Guarnieri's three concertos for violin and orchestra.
Since 2016 he has been teaching at the Konstknekt Academy in Norway.