Pablo Volo, director and instructor, is primarily a polyglot artist with an experience that includes circus,
musical theater, opera, and street theater. The German-Italian trained mainly in Paris, at the School for
Dramatic Body Theater in Belleville, and in Marseille, at the FAI-AR (Formation Avancée Itinérante des Arts
de la Rue, art in public spaces).
Together with Manel Pons Romero, he is the founder of the EX Voto company based in Marseille.
His most important pieces include:
Ecce Hombrella, street theater in an area for asylum seekers, inspired by Schubert's winter trip.
La Luna in un Giorno, show piece for five circus artists based on poems by
Federico García Lorca.
Vivaldi in the sky, opera without singing for a baroque ensemble and three circus artists
In 2015 he was assistant director to Benedetto Sicca for the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Opera The Turn of the Screw by Benjamin Britten.
For Ensemble C Barré, he directed the chamber opera El Niño in 2016 based on poems by Federico García Lorca and
with music by George Crumb and Fréderic Pattar. Also with Ensemble C Barré, he directed and coordinated
the community theater project La Barraca, an opera in motion.
Pablo Volo regularly leads workshops for dramatic body theater and does courses and individual coaching.
He is a co-founder of the European network Circonnection.
One of his next projects is directing a musical play for young audiences with the baroque ensemble
Les Musiciens de St Julien, which is mediated by Prodig’Art, agency for serious music.
The circus project Erraia, in Spain, and the Oratorio Buffo Yunus, with the composer JeanChristoph Marti.