Felipe Maximiliano Egaña Labrin was born in Santiago de Chile. He studied a degree in arts and music with a mention in transverse flute at the University of Chile. He continued his studies in early music with Wilbert Hazelzet at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, in the Netherlands. Subsequently, he completed his Master and Konzertexamen studies with the Marten Root at the University of Arts in Bremen in Germany.
Felipe Egaña has participated with numerous early music ensembles such as the "Bremen Baroque Orchestra", "The Bach Choir and Orchestra of the Netherlands", "Le concert d'Apollon", "The New World Baroque Orchestra", "The Netherlands Bach Society "and" La dolcezza". As a soloist he has participated under the leadind of Rio Terakado, Václav Luks, Veronika Skuplik, François Fernandez, Dmitry Sinkovky, Stéphanie Paulet, among others. He is a member of several chamber music ensembles such as "Les points cardinaux", "Cancrizans duo" and "Los Temperamentos". Along with the baroque orchestra "Nuevo Mundo", as a soloist, he took part in concert tours in Chile and Mexico. Projects like the "European Baroque Academy of Ambronay" under the direction of Sigiswald Kuijken led the flutist to play in different European countries. Felipe Egaña currently performs in international festivals and concert series in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Mexico and Chile.