After training as a classical singer and pianist, Caroline Imhof studied at La Manufacture (2010–2013). In 2011, she was awarded the Friedl Wald Foundation’s prize for the study of performing arts.
Since then, she has appeared in a number of theatre pieces under the direction of Charlotte Huldi, Denis Maillefer, and Maud Blandel. She made her directorial debut in 2014 at IRCAM in 2014 with Bérénice, a collaboration with the composer Blaise Ubaldini. She has been a member of the improv group, La Comédie Musicale Improvisée, since 2014, under the artistic direction of Yvan Richardet.
SORORE is a two-person project which was both written and envisaged as a mysterious chant. It is based on a series of intimate and modern investigations into the many different forms of contemporary feminism, as well as power, gender and the meaning of the term “sisterhood”. The themes raised here, which include societal change, shamanism and the impact and influence of our ancestors, will in turn serve to sketch out the blueprint of the investigation of Caroline Imhof, Sarah-Lise Salomon Maufory, Tatiana Baumgartner and Isabelle Vesseron: walking, the creation of rituals. The narrative thread will be created through guided improvisation based on images, extracts from texts, and vocal and sound work.