Brazil-born Diego Caetano visits Saint Anne’s, Kew, as part of his European tour, and begins this year’s piano series with an eclectic programme referencing his international educational and musical heritage.
Diego Caetano graduated with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder.Caetano has studied under the guidance of Dr. David Korevaar, Bob Spillman, Dr. Theresa Bogard, Dr. Maria Helena Jayme, and Lílian Carneiro de Mendonça. Dr. Caetano was also able to study with Dr. Nadezhda Eysmont at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, in Russia. Diego Caetano performs widely as soloist and chamber musician and has appeared throughout the USA, Brazil, Chile, Europe, Asia and Africa, including performances at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Lisbon’s Palacio da Foz, Yokohama’s Philia Hall and London’s Royal Albert Hall. The 2017/2018 season includes performances in the USA, Spain, England, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Serbia, Russia, Brazil, and Switzerland.
He has received the top prizes in more than 40 national and international piano competitions. Currently, he is Assistant Professor of Piano at Amarillo College and he is a Shigeru Kawai Artist.
The season programme can be found here.