Jonas Holle, born in 1990 in Gießen, grew up in Bad Tölz, studied sound engineering and communications technology in Berlin and has been working as a freelance musician and producer in the Berlin music industry since 2016. In 2018, he collaborated for the first time with director Christopher Rüping on the 10 Hours of Antiquity-project Dionysos Stadt at the Munich Kammerspiele, where he composed the music together with Matze Pröllochs. The play was invited to the Berlin Theatertreffen in 2019 and was awarded with the Nestroypreis in the category Best Performance in the German-Speaking World. Most recently, he wrote the music for the play Früchte des Zorns at the Schauspielhaus Zürich, which was also directed by Christopher Rüping, together with Kotoe Karasawa.

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