Carolina Quiroga-Stultz – New Voice
Carolina Quiroga-Stultz is a Colombian storyteller and performer who researches and brings to life a wide repertoire of myths and traditional tales from Hispanic and Latin America. Her bilingual storytelling style enchants audiences with her compelling mannerisms and the passion she brings into each story. Quiroga was the recipient of the J.J. Reneaux Emerging Artist Grant Award and is a Teacher Artist for the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts.
Her “Tres Cuentos” podcast, dedicated to the traditional narratives of Latin America, has been awarded a continuation grant from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures. Carolina’s performances have taken her across the U.S., including the Tejas Storytelling Festival, and into Costa Rica and Mexico.
“She has…brought to life a wide repertoire of myths and traditional tales from the length and breadth of South and Central America…A distinctive style of telling that shines with poetic intensity.” – Dr. Joseph Sobol, Director of the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling Research, University of South Wales
Visit Caroline’s website.