The soprano Giorgia Cappello was born in Mannheim (Germany) in 1995 as the daughter of a family of musicians. Giorgia Cappello is currently studying in the Master Concert Degree with Professor Ulrike Sonntag at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart. She began her Bachelor's degree with Professor Snezana Stamenković at the Mannheim State University of Music and Performing Arts and completed it with Bernhard Gärtner at the Stuttgart University of Music in February 2020.  

She began her musical career in the children's choir of the Nationaltheater Mannheim and the Speyer Cathedral Choir under Markus Melchiori. While still at school, she was a member of the Kammerchor Stuttgart under Frieder Bernius and the Gächinger Kantorei under Hans-Christoph Rademann. She attended master classes with Margreet Honig, Benno Schachtner and Sibylla Rubens, among others.

In the 2018/19 season she made her operatic debut as Ninfa in Claudio Monteverdi's L'Orfeo at the Staatstheater Darmstadt, where she further could be heard in the 2020 season as Papagena in Wolfgang Amadé Mozart's Die Zauberflöte. She already embodied the role of Papagena in the summer of 2019 at the Ettlingen Castle Festival. The soprano has already worked with conductors such as Daniel Cohen, Dan Ettinger, Ruben Dubrovsky and Howard Arman and was artistically influenced by her collaboration with the directors Johannes Schaf, Susanne Gauchel and Ingo Kerkhof.

Her current focus is on the works of the Baroque, as well as Mozart and the romantic and contemporary art song, which has enabled her to build up a busy concert schedule in Southern Germany in recent years.

Giorgia Cappello is supported by the Studienstiftung der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz - the Cusanuswerk - and is a scholarship holder of the Liedakademie des Heidelberger Frühlings under the artistic direction of Thomas Hampson in 2020.