Angela Caporale has been a member of the San Antonio Symphony for the last 13 years. She has also been a member of the San Antonio Opera Orchestra. Here in San Antonio Ms. Caporale has taught at the University of the Incarnate Word as well as maintaining a private studio, where she has a number of students who have been with her for many years.
Ms. Caporale began violin at the age of 3 studying with the Suzuki Method. She continued her musical education at the University of Cincinnati College- Conservatory of Music. While there, Ms. Caporale studied violin with Dorothy Delay and Naoko Tanaka, as well as chamber music with the Tokyo String Quartet.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Music, violin performance, Ms. Caporale went on to play in the New World Symphony, in Miami Beach, an orchestra for training professional musicians. She then won a position in the Orquesta Sinfonica de Castilla y Leon, in Valladolid, Spain. She stayed there for 4 years and, besides learning the orchestra repetoire, also enjoyed traveling around Europe and learning about different cultures.
When she returned to America, she moved to the Dallas-Ft. Worth area where she was a member of the Dallas Opera Orchestra and earned a principal position, until deciding to settle in San Antonio.