Enrico Le Noci (Martina Franca, 1996) started playing guitar at the age of 14, studying classical guitar at the Liceo Musicale Archita (Taranto) with Sergio Betti, graduating cum laude.
In the meantime he started studying modern guitar with Salvatore Russo, that brought him to jazz.
In 2012 he won the prize for Outstanding Musicianships at the Berklee College at Umbria Jazz workshops in Perugia.
In 2014 he spent a semester in Austin, TX, USA playing in the James Bowie Big Band, taking part of many festivals in the States such as the Duke Ellington Jazz Fest of New Orleans.
As soon as he got back in Italy he started carrying on his projects in the scene playing with great musicians such as Antonio Ciacca, Lucio Ferrara, Vito Di Modugno, Alessandro Napolitano, Bruno Montrone, Alessio Busanca and many others.
He also started taking private lessons with the great guitarist Alberto Parmegiani and attended many workshops and lessons with musicians such as Peter Bernstein, Reuben Rogers, Aaron Goldberg, Jerry Bergonzi, Paolo Fresu, Enrico Pieranunzi, Jeff Ballard, Eric Alexander, Rotem Sivan.
He won a scholarship in 2014 at Orsara Jazz Festival where he studied with Antonio Ciacca, Lucio Ferrara, Joe Magnarelli, John Riley, Joseph Lepore Emanuele Cisi being selected for a week of concerts at the Cantine Bentivoglio, Bologna.
He currently studies and lives in the Netherlands, attending a Jazz Guitar Bachelor at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, studying with Martijn Van Iterson, Erik Ineke, Jarmo Hoogendijk, John Ruocco, Wim Bronnenberg.
He’s really active in the scene currently playing with his own projects including Ryan Hanseler, Owen Hart Jr and as a sideman in different bands.
In Fall 2016 he spent some time in New York City to study with Peter Bernstein, Benito Gonzalez, Barry Harris and Dave Kikoski.