has directed countless radio plays since 1970 - first for RIAS-Berlin, later for its successor Deutschlandradio, as well as for almost all ARD radio stations. He is one of the best-known and most experienced radio play directors in Germany. His work primarily includes literary radio plays, but also crime radio plays, children's radio plays, radio play series, comedies, musical radio plays, experimental radio plays, short radio plays, features, Originalton radio plays or poems.
He was instrumental in the development of the Kunstkopf radio play in the 70s and 80s.
Coming from the theatre, Götz Naleppa has occasionally taken on theatre productions, including the musical "In der Nacht sind alle Taxen grau" (Andreas Pflüger) at the GRIPS Theatre, Berlin or the world premieres of "Kreisspiel" and "Ein Labyr ist kein Labyr" (Arthus C. Caspari) for the Akademie der Künste, Berlin.
Finally, Götz Naleppa has been voice directing opera recordings for DECCA and the Holland Festival in Amsterdam for several years.
In addition to intensive work with the actor, the musicality of the design is a hallmark of Götz Naleppa's directing style.
See also Wikipedia: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Götz_Naleppa
"ZENScapes | City, Country, River" - Press release Deutschlandfunk Kultur 22.4.2020
"ZENScapes | City, Country, River" - New York Festivals - Content POV 8 June 2020
"Magic in deeper layers" Der Tagesspiegel from 20.12.2013 :
"Götz Naleppa is one of the best-known radio playwrights in the country. He turns 70 on Christmas Eve. A pre-party in Friedenau..."
"Leckermänner - Sealing in the direction of travel" (Heilbronner Stimme from 3.12.12)
"Bloodstone" Radio correspondence from 11.05.2012
"Öland" is nominated for the German Audiobook Award 2011, Jury statement
"Öland" (audio book)
"So near and yet so far" Hannoversche Allgemeine
"So near and yet so far" Saxon Newspaper
"Forces of nature" Berlin Morning Post
"One thousand angels above all" The time
"Fantastic story of the gypsy Celestina..." Jury Radio Play of the Month March 1985