Carles Berga Set designer


Born in Barcelona in 1978, Carles Berga obtained a degree in architecture from the Ramon Llull University in Barcelona in 2005. During his studies, he worked with la Fura dels Baus and Alfons Flores, for whom he designed the sets for various performances. 

He made his debut at the Buenos Aires Teatro Colón in 2013 with Wagner’s Tetralogy, directed by Valentina Carrasco. After that, he went on to create sets for opera and movie productions, museums, major events, installations and concerts. 

He has, among others, designed the sets for Aida (Sferisterio di Macerata), La Favorite (Bergamo Opera), The Magic Flute (Teatro Verdi Trieste), The Turn of the Screw (Opéra national de Lyon), Proserpine (Rome Opera), La Bella Dormente nel Bosco (Opéra national de Strasbourg), all directed by Valentina Carrasco, and Turandot (Gran Teatre del Liceu Barcelona), directed by Franc Aleu.


Paris Opera debut 

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