Carola Caggiano

Carola Caggiano grew up in a very little town on top of a beautiful mountain in Spain. In this royal place the biggest castle had 2,673 windows. Franco´s corpse is lying there under a 150m high cross. The place was scary, so she moved to London, squatted houses and learned some circus tricks and performed on the streets. Back in Spain, she studied Geology in Madrid. But first after moving to Berlin she found out how much fun it is to play with audio waves in theater. So she became a sound designer and has been happily  working in many theaters  all over the world since 2011, often accompanying Antonia Baehr. Some of her latest collaborations include works with Antonia Baehr and Lucile Desamory  („ Die besondere Perücke“), with Kris Lemsalu in the Stonian Pavilion during the Venice Biennale 2019 or with the theater collective Hauen und Stechen, as a sound designer and performer in our version of Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde. In december 2020 Carola worked with Antonia Baehr and Jule Flierl in their project „Die Hörposaune“ (still in progress).

Carola Caggiano is a very passionate Taiji Quan practitioner and piano player.