Marcos Motta

Since June 2021 Marcos Motta is principal trumpeter with the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (Osesp, BR).Born in São Paulo, Marcos Motta completed his Bachelor of Music in 2000 at the Faculdade Mozarteum de São Paulo (BR). Before that he studied in the United States of America with Michael Payton (Kinhaven Music School Program, in Weston) and Lawrence Wright (Moravian College Music Institute, in Pensylvania).

Marcus Motta has played in various orchestras and formations such as the São Paulo State Symphonic Band, the São Bernardo do Campo Philharmonic Orchestra, the São Paulo New Philharmonic Orchestra, the Santo André Symphony Orchestra and the Culture Symphony.
In 2008 and 2009 Marcos Motta performed with the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra. He was solo trumpeter in the Brazilian version of the Broadway musical “My Fair Lady” and was part of the Companhia Brasileira de Ópera in 2010 under the direction of conductor John Neschling.
Before becoming principal trumpeter at the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra, he was principal trumpeter of the Symphony Orchestra of the São Paulo Municipal Theater from 2011 to 2021.

In 2018 he was a soloist at the Trumpet Jazz Festival in São Paulo, in 2019 at the São Paulo Brass Week and the International Trumpet Players Meeting of the Associação Brasileira de Trumpetistas.
As a soloist he has performed with the São Paulo State Symphonic Band, the Sinfonia Cultura (Orchestra da Rádio e TV Cultura), the Unesp Chamber Orchestra, the São Paulo State Youth Symphonic Band, the Symphonic Orchestra of Santa Maria, the Santa Maria Air Base Band and the Unicamp Symphonic Orchestra.

Marcos Motta plays exclusively THEIN Trumpets.