Raphaëlle Zaneboni was born in France in 1978. She received her training in flute at the Grenoble Music Conservatory where she studied Music Theory as well as Ensemble and Orchestra.
Zaneboni studied law at the same time at the Unversité Pierre Mendès France. She graduated in 2000 with a master's degree in private law.
She continued to study flute with Prof. Jean Ferrandis at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Musique in Paris. To perfect her training as a flutist she took lessons with prof. Philippe Boucly until 2008 and participated in various masterclasses with Philippe Pierlot, Michel Debost and András Adorján.
Raphaëlle Zaneboni has lived in Munich since 2004 and works as a composer and arranger and publishes with Köbl Edition.
In 2006 she founded the flute quartet, Ladon, and six years later collaborated with a pianist to create Ensemble Impression and with a harpist to create Duo Proserpina in 2019 she founded the Ladon Ensemble.
She teaches flute and chamber music. Zaneboni is in demand as a flutist and appears in chamber and orchestra concerts and frequently performs as a soloist in France, Italy, Austria and Germany.
Raphaelle Zaneboni's compositions and arrangements have received enthusiastic reviews in magazines such as the Flutist Quarterly and Flöte Aktuell.