"She performs at the piano, clavichord, harpsichord and on the flute with equal faciity. She is equally at home in ensemble or as a brilliant accompanist."
"The technical ability of the performer of these works combined with an intensely musical feeling, is important in vesting the pieces with the necessary contrasting features whether of colour or mood with such a limited  instrument as the harpsichord. This is what Ms Zammit Formosa manages to do when she chooses a programme from such a vast repertoire as the Baroque."
Albert G Storace - The Sunday Times
"Her playing throughout was thoughtful and stylistically rigorous without ever sinking into anything resembling routine."
Cecilia Xuereb - The Sunday Times

Ramona Zammit Formosa commenced her studies in Malta with Fay Griscti Davies, and continued her studies in Holland with Prof Marcel Baudet, and in England at the London College of Music with Bryce Morrison, studying piano, flute and harpsichord, obtaining performing diplomas with distinction. She also takes consultation lessons in Musical interpretation with Mro Pawlu Grech. Ramona attended various masterclasses abroad for harpsichord and in Baroque performing. Besides studying the Renaissance and Baroque Harpsichord repertoire, she also specialized in 20th century and contemporary works for this instrument.
Ramona has premiered many Maltese compositions, and together with her husband flautist Silvio Zammit has featured in various solo and chamber music recitals both locally and abroad. They recorded three CD’s featuring works by Carmelo Pace, Charles Camilleri and 18th and 19th century Malta related compositions together with the Gukulari Ensemble, of whom she is a founder member.
Ramona regularly gives recitals on the clavichord. During the Biennale held in Malta in June 2005, Ramona was the first Maltese to give a clavichord recital in Malta on the clavichords built by Dr George Debono.
Besides giving numerous recitals on piano, flute, harpsichord and clavichord locally, Ramona has performed in England, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Belgium and USA. She is a fellow of the London College of Music and currently teaches piano and flute at the Johann Strauss School of Music.