After completing the study of classical bowed instruments, Fabrizio Lepri studied viola da gamba and performance practice on historical instruments at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, attending courses by Wieland Kuijken, Gustav Leonhardt, Philippe Herreweghe, Bartold Kuijken, Anner Bylsma, Jos Van Immerseel , Andreas Staier and Paul Van Nevel. At the end of his academic studies, he received his master in viola da gamba and, the corresponding Italian academic diploma with honors. He carries out an intense concert activity in many European countries : Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Russia, etc. , at prestigious concert halls such as the International Centre of Culture (Brussels ), the Neus Theater (Monaco of Bavaria), Sheremetev Palace (San Petersburg), Palace Roerich (Moscow), the Academia Belgica (Rome), the Accademia Bartolomeo Cristofori (Florence), the Flanders Festival, the Festival of Ticino, the Sagra Musicale Umbra, the Macerata Opera Festival , etc., collaborating with musicians and ensembles such as Erik Van Nevel, Rene Van Lake, Marco Ferrari, Andrea Damiani, Sigrun Ricter, Cappilla Flammenca, Salon des Musiques, Partibus Orientis, etc. . He has made recordings for radio RAI Radio 3, RTBF 2, Bayrischer Rundfunk 4 Klassik, and he has recorded several CDs as a soloist for Discovery Label, and in chamber music ensembles, for GAM UT. He teaches Viola da Gamba at the Conservatory of music of Perugia and Consort and Baroque music at the International Master Classes of Chiusi della Verna.