The beginning of his course was built around fine-tuning, repairing, and testing guitars. He then worked in several workshops, from Kopo to Algam, developing his knowledge on the structures of a range of media of various sizes.
The harp became the focus of his work in 2011, when he started to work for the internationally renowned Camac Harps company, which led to him being trained as a technician in several European institutions. The quality and precision of his work are proven through his appointment as chief technician and head of after-sales services.
Always eager to learn and pass on his knowledge, in 2019 he decided to broaden his horizons by creating Pro.Harp.Tech. Facing up to this new challenge, he developed his knowledge on other harp brands such as: Érard, Salvi, Lyon and Healy, Wurlitzer, Aoyama, Horngacher, David, Obermayer, Eagle, and Resonance. He thus added to his company’s scope of operation, and in turn enhanced his knowledge on the instrument.
His clients include Isabelle Perrin, Sophie Hallynck, Anneleen Lenaerts, Irina Zingg, the Conservatoire Populaire de Musique in Geneva, Brussels Philharmonic, and Trinity College London. His business has also forged new networks through the Opéra Nationale de Paris, Norges Musikkhøgskole (Norwegian Academy of Music), Ieuan Jones, The Royal College of London, Jana Boušková, Simona Marchesi, Oper Leipzig Rechnungswesen, Gewandhaus Orchester zu Leipzig, and Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg.
Enric de Anciola also works in institutions such as Musikene in San Sebastián, Norges Musikkhøgskole in Oslo and L’Institut Supérieur de Musique et Pédagogie in Namur, where he presents Masterclass sessions, allowing him to pass on his skills and train the next generation of harp-playing professionals on how to look after their instrument.
On the strength of his different cultures, languages, and professions, Enric de Anicola adapts to suit all projects and brands, in order to offer his expertise and provide your instruments with the care they deserve.