Ludovica Scoppola studied recorder with Han Tol and Kees Boeke, later graduating from the Scuola Civica di Musica in Milan and the Conservatory of Florence.
She then graduated in oboe from the Mantua Conservatory and studied Baroque oboe at the Civic School of Music in Milan.
He performs mainly as a chamber musician and has collaborated with orchestras such as: Rai Symphony Orchestra, Rome Opera, National and Baroque Academy of Santa Cecilia, Concerto Italiano, Ensemble Muisca Ricerca, Orchestra del Cinema Italiano, etc.
He has made recordings for Rai, Opus 112, Tactus and Edipan, as well as as a soloist for various film soundtracks.
Teacher since 1989 at the International Courses of Ancient Music in Urbino, in 2013, together with Sara Bennici, he created the Urbino Musica Giovani section, the first course in Italy aimed at disseminating Baroque performance practice for children, with modern strumneti.
He is a founding member, president from 1996 to 2006, of the Sylvestro Ganassi Music School of FIMA where he teaches Recorder, Oboe and Consort of Flutes.
She is the Tutor of the Woodwind sections of the four symphony orchestras of the JuniOrchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia (Kids 1, Kids 2, Teen and Young). Also for the JuniOrchestra she is the director of the Woodwind and Percussion Ensemble.
PhD in Experimental Pedagogy at the University of Rome Sapienza, with a research on the teaching of music in the Italian school, he published for Lambert Academic Publishing and "Note di Classe" and Le Storie dell'Arte" for Franco Angeli. For Ut Orpheus he has published: "Metodo per Flauto Dolce Soprano" (2018), and "Let's play the Oboe, Basic Method in 35 progressive lessons" (with Paolo Pollastri, 2021).