Born in 1998 in Tirana, Filippo Tenisci began his studies at an early age with Maestro Emira Dervinyte.
Later he trained under masters Daniel Rivera, Massimo Spada, Maurizio Baglini and Roberto Galletto.
He attended several masterclasses with renowned masters such as: Beatrice Rana, Elisso Virsaladze, Boris Petrushansky, Andrea Lucchesini, Ewa Pobłocka, Justas Dvarionas, Uta Weyand, Jun Kanno, Ralf Nattkemper, Elisabetta Guglielmin.In May 2018 he was proclaimed the overall winner of the International Competition for Youth “Dinu Lipatti”.
In December 2018, he won first prize in the Franz Liszt competition at the Hungarian Academy in Rome. He also ranked among the top 8 semi-finalists at the prestigious Pianale Academy & Competition in August 2018, where he received a scholarship. In Germany, he made his debut playing in prestigious concert halls such as the Eichenzeller Schlosschen Kultursaal, Propstei Johannesberg, Alte Universitat aula in Fulda gaining success from both audiences and critics.
In October 2019 he won the second prize and the “Scarlatti” prize at the Riga International Competition for Young Pianists.
In 2016 he won the third prize at the International Competition “Resonances” in Paris and the prize for the best performer of Ukrainian music.
In 2020 he collaborated in the making of the documentary “Richard Wagner, ovvero la musica dell’avvenire” by Valerio Vicari.
In February 2021 he made his debut with the Roma Tre Orchestra performing the Concerto No.15 K.450 by W.A.Mozart under the direction of Sieva Borzak. Again with Roma Tre Orchestra he performed the Concerto for 3 pianos and orchestra by W.A.Mozart under the direction and direction of Maestro Maurizio Baglini and with pianist Giuseppe Rossi on the occasion of the Baglini Project 2021.
He has performed in many prestigious halls all over Italy starting from the Auditorium Parco della Musica following the selection for the lesson/concert of pianist Lang Lang on the occasion of the “Lang Lang Fest” in 2012, at the Giuseppe Verdi Theatre in Pordenone following the TGVP on demand Project with Maurizio Baglini in 2021, Aula Magna at the Faculty of Humanities of Roma Tre (starting 2018) etc. and in several international festivals such as the 52nd, 55th and 56th Festival Pontino di Sermoneta, La Milanesiana 2021, Festival Federico Cesi, Villa Pennisi in Musica (ed.2016 and 2020), “Villa Borghese Piano Day”, 4th and 5th Fano Music Fest, Concerti del Tempietto, Livorno Music Festival, Monferrato Classic Festival etc.
Very active internationally, he has recently made his debut in Romania at the Classic for Teens 2020 Festival, and has also performed in France, Germany, Latvia, Bosnia and Switzerland.