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Fil Caporali
Information Discography Concerts schedule
Instrument(s) Double bass
Date of birth 1990
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Contact information
Phone +32 485208468
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Web site Dedicated website
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 Current bands

Fil Caporali quintet (Leader)      Commander spoon (Sideman)
Angelo Gregorio Via Toledo Jazz Quartet (Sideman)      Aishinka (Sideman)
Margaux Vranken trio (Sideman)      Hélène Duret Synestet (Sideman)
Pauline Leblond Double Quartet (Sideman)      Nascente (Sideman)
Marylène Corro (Sideman)      Marie Fikry oriental jazz project (Sideman)

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Fil Caporali studied at Universidade Livre de Música whose patron is the Brazilian composer Antônio Carlos Jobim. In 2009 studied at Cantareira University, where graduated in 2012 with the teacher Alberto Luccas. From 2011 he was very active in São Paulo’s jazz scene, some of his works are: recording of the album “Sabe Qual?” – Ana Gilli (2011), teacher of a masterclass in the Conservatório Estadual de Música JK de Oliveira in Pouso Alegre (2013); perform with the jazz groups such as: Septeto S.A (2011- 2013), Leandro Brenner Trio (2011-2013), Samuel Pompeo quintet (2013), Soundscape Big Band (2012-2013), Speaking Jazz Big Band (2012-2013), Orquestra Jazz Sinfônica de Diadema (2013); he accompanied international singers like the American Michael Mayo and the Australian Liz Tobias (2013), classical music groups like Camerata Cantareira (2012-2013) and Orquestra de Contrabaixos Tropical (2013), group that gave him the opportunity to travel through the main Brazilian capitals as Brasília, Salvador, Recife, Curitiba and also to Panama city in Panama. In 2014 moved to Brussels to do his master in music at Koninklijk Conservatorium of Brussels. Currently playing in projects like Margaux Vranken Trio, Pauline Leblond Double Quartet, Marie Fikry Oriental Jazz Project, Charlotte Haesen Quintet, UTNUZ, Aneta Nayan, Aishinka and others. In 2015, he participated of a tour in China playing with the violinist Liu Xing. In 2016 Fil finished his master degree and was awarded with the Toots Thielemans Jazz Award.
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