Ernico Di Felice completed his ute diploma in 1978 with full marks cum laude. He has performed as soloist in the most prestigious European concert halls, including the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Musikhalle Hamburg, the Conservatoire Hall Geneva, as well as Montreal, Tokyo, Dijon, Brussels, Strasbourg, Dresden, Leipzig, Neuchâtel, Bern, Innsbruck, Budapest, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Madrid, Lisbon, Ljubljana, Athens, Istanbul, Tirana etc.

He has also performed in some international festivals: Nuova Consonanza Rome, Biennale Musica and Festival Galuppi Venice, Antidogma and Musiche in Mostra Turin, Schleswig-Holstein Musikfestival, Autunno Musicale Como, Contrechamps Geneva, Musikfestival Davos, Festival Barroco Oporto, Hofschlössnitz Dresden, Ma/In Matera etc. Enrico has recorded for the RAI (radio and television), ORTF (France), NOS (Holland), RDS (German Swiss), ORF (Austria) and for radio in Hungary, Romania, Egypt and Canada. He has also recorded numerous CDs of the most important works for ute by Vivaldi, Albinoni, Telemann, Scarlatti and Monteclair. His CD recording of Pergolesi and Leo’s concertos for ute was given maximum recognition in the prestigious French music publication Diapason. On 2014 he published a CD with the complete works for ute and piano by Astor Piazzolla (Stradivarius – STR 14001) valued with “Five Stars” by the two best musical italian magazines Amadeus and Musica. On July 2016 he published a CD with some works by Beethoven for ute and piano (Stradivarius 37049).

Since 2016 Enrico Di Felice is member of New Made Ensemble Milan, with this group he performed in some important festivals like Festival Cinque Giornate Milan, Bellagio Festival Italy, Festival Tours France and in prestigious theatres like Teatro Lirico Cagliari, Politeama Garibaldi Palermo, Masini Theatre Faenza etc.

Since 1993 Enrico has been professor of fute at the Conservatoire of Cagliari as well as holding the position of further studies in baroque flute and chamber music at the Centre of Baroque Music Studies in Oporto (Centro de Estudos de Musica Barroca).