Native of São Paulo, Brazil, Tiago Naguel has been principal clarinetist in the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of São Paulo since 2014. He is a professor at the São Paulo State Music School (EMESP), and was also the principal clarinetist of the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra in Rio de Janeiro from 2010 to 2015, having played with Semyon Bychkov, Lorin Maazel, Eiji Oue, John Neschling and Roberto Minczuk. Naguel well experienced with the main orchestras of Brazil, such as the Minas Gerais Philharmonic Orchestra, São Bernardo do Campo Philharmonic Orchestra, São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (OSESP), University of Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Bachiana Orchestra, and the TV Cultura Radio and Television Orchestra.
In Basel, Switzerland he was a clarinetist for the Neues Orchester Basel.
In 2005 he was the winner of the first Prelude competition for soloists of TV Cultura, where he obtained a scholarship to study abroad and in 2002 obtained the second place in the Weril competition for wind Instruments.
Tiago began his musical studies with Max Ferreira in the musical band of his city Leme SP, then moved to Tatuí SP where he studied at Dr. Carlos de Campos Conservatory of Music and Drama with José Teixeira Barbos. In São Paulo he studied with Luis Afonso Montanha and in Basel in Switzerland he studied at the Hochschule Für Musik der Stadt Basel with François Benda, often studying also with Wenzel Fuchs in Berlin.
As a chamber music player he has performed numerous concerts and recitals in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Tatuí and Basel.
Has performed as a soloist with the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of Sao Paulo, TV Cultura Radio and Television Orchestra, São Bernardo do Campo Philharmonic Orchestra, São Pedro Theatro Orchestra and Experimental Repertory Orchestra.
Tiago Naguel is since 2016 professor at the São Paulo State Music School (EMESP), and was a professor at the International Meeting for Orchestra Woods in Tatuí SP in 2014. He frequently performs Master classes and lectures throughout Brazil.