Young Venezuelan violinist, 23 years old, began studying violin at the age of 9 years as part of the first location Orchestra (Monagas Children Orchestra), making his first solo concert at 8 months of starting the Violin, playing the Concerto in A minor by Vivaldi. In 2007 through an audition enters the Latin American Academy of Violin to study with the teacher Jose Francisco Del Castillo who studied with Ivan Galamian.
Zambrano were preparing for a national competition in Venezuela, which obtains second place in 2009, later in 2010 through an audition Luis Enrique wins the post of assistant concertmaster at the Teresa Carreno Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, which it belongs to El Sistema being one of the most important orchestral programs around the country.
With the Teresa Carreno Youth Orchestra Of Venezuela has had the opportunity to be conducted by the biggest and world famous conductors such as Gustavo Dudamel, Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, Placido Domingo, Sung Kwak ect, he has also toured internationally playing in the most important theaters in the world as Berliner Philharmonie, Vienna Concerthouse, Beethoven Festival in Bonn, Salzburg Festival, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Royal Festival Hall in London, Milan Festival, Stavager Conserthus and others.
Zambrano has also been invited to perform with the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra (Venezuela) many times, also with the same orchestra he has performed as soloist, and with other orchestras of El sistema several times.
In 2013 he enter in the prestigious institution Mozarteum Caracas, where it makes more chamber music projects and studies of musical theory, this institution has agreements with the Royal Schools Of Music In London and is also Zambrano gets his diploma « Licenciated Of The Royal Schools Of Music In Violin Performance.
Zambrano in 2014 was accepted into the Academy of Seiji Ozawa to do chamber music having great success in his two concerts in Teatre Champs Elysee, Paris, and Victoria Hall, Geneva.
Zambrano is currently doing Master studies at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels with Philippe Graffin.