Zinajda Kodrič firstly graduated in Triest – Italy, her home city, with the prof. Luisa Sello in 2007.She then moved to Graz in Austria and graduated with honours her first Master of Arts at the University of Music and Performing Arts in the class of Nils-Thilo Krämer.After some years of playing in orchestras (the Austrian Youth Orchestra and the Opera orchestra of Cagliari – Italy) she started to love contemporary music and studied with the members of the ensemble Klangforum Wien within the Master Practice Performance in Contemporary Music at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz – Austria. She participated in many specific contemporary music courses: Darmstadt, Impuls – Graz, Acanthes – Metz and mastered her knowledge of the extended techniques with Mario Caroli. She graduated from the University of Graz with the tutoring of the flutists Vera Fischer and Eva Furrer in 2011 with highest honours. Her performance at the final exam made her win the prize as the best graduate at the University of Music in Graz and the prize as one of the best 50 graduates of all the Austrian Universities of that year.
She is based in London since 2013, but she keeps performing in Europe with the Ensemble Schallfeld in Graz, she is regular guest in the Klangforum Wien and in 2014 she co-founded the BlauerReiter Ensemble in Munich. In the UK she works in the London Contemporary Orchestra and she is guest in the Distractfold Ensemble from Manchester. She teaches Flute and Languages privately and online at the Ad Meliora Academy. Since 2012 she broadcasts music of all ages for adults and children on the Italian national radio RAI.