Marilia Caputo

Brazilian pianist Marilia Caputo has performed throughout Europe, Latin America and the United States both as soloist and as a collaborative pianist with violinists Koh-Gabriel Kameda, Daniel Guedes and Ignace Jang, the São Paulo String Quartet, with singers Juliana Gondek, Sony recording artist Atalla-Ayan  Reginaldo Pinheiro and cellists Antonio Del Claro and Barbara Switalska among others and in concert venues  such as Weill Hall, Rachmaninoff Hall, Mozarteum, Brahms Haus, Cecilia Meireles.
She is the recipient of a  seven-year full scholarship to attend the Moscow Conservatory, where she completed her Master's Degree under the guidance of Ludmila Rochina (a pupil of Samuel Feinberg) and Alexander Shtarkman. Caputo was also awarded the “Virtuose” scholarship by the Brazilian Ministry of Culture, while studying with Boris Slutsky at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore.
Caputo is currently a DMA candidate at Rutgers University, studying with Paul Hoffmann and was the first recipient of the Colonel Robert B. and Dr. Charlotte Craig Award.
Teaching Experience
  • Chairperson of Piano Department Newark School of the Arts, NJ
  • Guest Artist, Piano and Chamber Music at Para State University, Brazil
  • Privately since 1996