Emilie Capulet regularly gives solo piano recitals and chamber music concerts in international music festivals and concert halls in Europe, the USA, Canada and Latin America. Recent engagements include a concert tour of Holland with recitals in Amsterdam and North Brabant, a performance at the Ottawa Valley Music Festival in Ontario and a concert at the B.A.R.N. in Pontiac, Quebec, concerts in France for the European Heritage Day, recitals in the UK at Kings Place, Cheltenham Town Hall, Winchester Cathedral, Buxton Opera House, the Halifax Festival, the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, the Guildford International Music Festival, the Sevenoaks Summer Festival, the Princes Theatre (Clacton) for the Clacton Arts & Literary Society, The Woodville Theatre and the Woodford Concert Society. She has performed Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with the Coldstream Guards and LCM Camerata in London, and has recently appeared with the Portsmouth Festival Choir as soloist in Constant Lambert’s Rio Grande at Portsmouth Cathedral. Chamber music recitals include Dvorak’s piano quintet at Oxford’s Holywell Room with the Tippett Quartet. Regularly invited as guest artist on luxury cruise liners, she has performed on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 and has led Musical Cruises on the Rhine and the Danube.
Emilie has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio Canada, France Bleu Provence, and Nicaraguan television and radio. While touring Latin America, she received the ExpressArte award for her exceptional contribution to Nicaraguan culture, art and education. Emilie has recorded a CD of works by Beethoven and Chopin with BMP and is currently preparing a CD of 20th century French piano repertoire on the Toccata Classics label.
As well as a Master of Music (MMus) in Performance from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, her interest in the arts as a whole has earned her an MA on Shakespeare and a PhD on the musicality of Modernist literature.
Emilie is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Senior Lecturer and Head of Classical Performance at the London College of Music, University of West London.