Milan, where he was a student of Prof. Luigi Magistrelli. In 2005 he
graduated with honors. In June 2008 he completed his clarinet
studies with a second degree also in the class of Prof. Luigi
Magistrelli at the Conservatory of Milan again with honors.
Since 2007, he studied at the
University Mozarteum with Professor Alois Brandhofer (principal clarinet
Berlin Philharmonic). 2012, he completed his Master's degree with
He is one of the founders of
the clarinet quartet "Fusion Clarinet Quartet" with which he in 2005
won the "Ferrero" award for wind ensembles. The quartet has since
then been several times a guest in concert series at the
Conservatory of Milan.
In February 2006, Zingales
attended the "Mozart Marathon" part of the Teatro Dal Verme in
Milan, which was co-organized from the prestigious club "Società del
Quartetto". In September 2007, he was, together with his chamber
music partners, participants in the international MITO Festival.
He gained orchestral
experience in the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Conservatory and the
Orchestra "Milano Classica".
played at the "Luigi Cherubini" Orchestra under the baton of
He also played first clarinet
in the Symphony Orchestra of the Mozarteum University in Salzburg,
conducted by André Previn, Gerd Albrecht, and Dennis Russell Davies.
He plays as a Principal clarinet in the „Junge München Philharmonie“
and „Junge Philharmonie Salzburg“.In November 2009 he won the
audition for the Amadeus Orchestra Salzburg.
August 2009 till September 2012, he played as a principal clarinet
in the "Philharmonia of the Nations" conducted by Justus Frantz
(trips to America, Belgium, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Austria,
Spain, Switzerland, and Russia).
As a soloist with the
Symphony Orchestra of the Mozarteum University, Zingales played the
"Sinfonia Concertante" by Mozart KV297b and the Clarinet Concerto by
Mozart.In December 2011 he has played in Linz with great success the
Clarinet Concerto from Mozart under the direction of J. Wallnig.
Zingales is a
member of "Bläserphilharmonie Universität Mozarteum" under
conducting from Hansjörg Angerer.
As a chamber music musician,
he has performed with many great performers such as Lukas Hagen,
Pierre Amoyal, Thomas Riebl, Peter Lang, Jacques Rouvier, and
For the CD-Label Urania
Records he recorded in 2013 “Grand Duo Clarinet” (LDV14014), in 2014 "SOLO" (LDV14017),
and in 2015 "Gassenhauer for 3" (LDV14022).
He is since October 2012
assistant form the Clarinets Class from Alois Brandhofer and since
October 2015 also from the Clarinet Class from Prof. Wenzel Fuchs in the