Jenni Hogan is a flautist specialising in contemporary and improvised music. During an exciting 2012 and 2013 she premiered and recorded the music of Gwyn Pritchard and Ken Paige, performed a concerto, completed her Masters (with distinction) whilst studying with Anna Noakes (supported by TCM trust), with whom she was recently honoured to perform in a duo. Jenni performs in venues all over London, including Troy bar (for nonclassical), ORNCC, Waltham Abbey, Blackheath Great Hall and the Red Hedgehog. Jenni is performing as a soloist and in a duo alongside Luciano Tristaino at the upcoming London Ear festival, performing music by various composers, including Bernhard Lang and Andrea Cavallari. Jenni attended the Darmstadt International Summer School for New Music in 2012, and was privileged to work with flautist Eva Furrer and composers Dai Fujikura and Georges Aperghis.
Jenni performs with improvisation ensembles London Soundpainting Orchestra and The Next Room, and as a soloist in venues including Southbank, the Forge, Troy Bar (for nonclassical) and the Golden Hinde. Jenni is a keen orchestral player and most recently has performed with the London Mahler Orchestra and Three Choirs Festival Orchestra (alongside members of the Philharmonia). Thumb composer-in-association, Marc Yeats, has just written Jenni an exciting piece to be premiered in the summer. Jenni’s flute and harp duo, the Coriolis Duo perform regularly in venues all over London, they recently made their concerto debut with Mozart’s Flute and Harp concerto.
Jenni uses verbal explanations, thoughtful repertoire choices and unusual performance decisions to create concerts which are accessible to a wide audience.
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