Enrico Coden

Historically informed flute player | researcher | teacher
Netherlands (residence), Italy (citizenship)

Italian flutist Enrico Coden performs music from the Renaissance to the present day through the lenses of historically informed performance practice. He plays with several renowned ensembles (such as Orchestra Frau Musika, LaBarocca, and Il Gusto Barocco), and is co-founder of the Orchestra giovanile Filarmonici Friulani. He published articles on Tibia and Falaut, and gave lectures for the Utrecht Early Music Festival and the Indiana University Bloomington. He also published the critical edition of Fogliani’s Flute Concerto for Schmid&Genewein Verlag. His composition Introduktion, Thema und Variationen über “Es wird scho glei dumpa” was published by Edition Walhall. He worked as flute teacher at the Landesmusikschule in Freistadt (Austria) and the Jacopo Tomadini Conservatoire in Udine (Italy). Together with Uma Torres Tarrès, he created the educational project Trave(r)ssant: a time travel through the historical flutes for young flute students. Enrico studied modern flute, pedagogy, and historical flutes in Udine (with Giorgio Marcossi) and Linz (with Norbert Girlinger, Johanna Dömötör, and Claire Genewein), and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Kate Clark’s class at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. https://enricocoden.com/ (23/05/2023)


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