After completing his Piano studies at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (ESNCM) in Bethlehem, Ramzi went on to pursue his studies in Italy at the Vicenza Conservatory of Music, where he obtained his second academic Diplomas in Piano Performance and in Chamber Music in 2015.
In 2012, he debuted with the Conservatory’s Symphonic Orchestra, performing Chopin Concerto Op.21. He won several competitions in Palestine and Vicenza, including ‘Marcel Khalifa’ National competition and ‘Carlo Tavasani’ (Jerusalem), Premio ‘Dal Corno’ and Premio ‘Amici del Conservatorio’ for chamber groups (Vicenza).
Ramzi’s first solo recital was given at age of 13 at St. Lewis University in Chicago (USA) and since then he has given solo concerts in many cities such as Bethlehem, Paris and in many Italian cities. He participated in several festivals as Chamber musician such as Camera Ensemble del Conservatorio Festival, Italy and Evmelia International Festival, Greece. He also participated in fundraising concerts in London, Cadogan Hall, jointly with the Palestinian soprano Dima Bawab and English Chamber Orchestra (2009) and performed at St. James Piccadilly with members of Chilingirian Quartet and few Palestinian musicians (2015). He accompanied the Petits Chanteurs de Lyon and Amwaj Choir in their tour in Bethlehem and Jerusalem (2017). He performed in Duo with the Romanian violinist Stefan Simonca-Oprita and performed as a soloist as part of the Christmas Nights Festival Organized by the ESNCM (2018). He gave a recital in Naples, Italy (2019) and participated at the Bethlehem Cultural Festival in its first and online edition (2020). In 2021 he gave a Piano recital at Bethlehem Peace Center during the Christmas festival organized by Bethlehem Municipality.
Since 2015, Ramzi has been teaching in the Music program at Dar Al-Kalima University in Bethlehem.