Gudrun Buhler - Artistic Director and Founder
Gudrun Buhler, a native German, is an opera singer, actress,
writer, and director.
Gudrun has performed numerous times in Venues such as Baden Baden Festspielhaus, Carnegie Hall and other Opera houses in Europe and the United States. In December 2018 Gudrun gave four concerts in honor of the victims of the Holocaust in Krakow, Poland.
In 2016 Gudrun was invited to sing at a Peace Conference in the Vatican in Rome and was a finalist at the Altamura/Caruso International Voice Competition. In 2017 Gudrun wrote and performed "Mozart's Women", portraying the wife of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. "Mozart's Women" has won Best Singer, Best Show and Best Original Show in the Festival competition of the NY Theatre Festival. Other original Shows Gudrun won prizes with are "Romeo and Juliet the Musical" (2013), "In a Persian Garden" (2014), "Who is afraid of the Moon" (2016)
Anna Shukeylo - Curator (June and July Exhibit)
(b. St. Petersburg, Russia) is an artist working and living in New York City. She graduated from Pratt Institute with her MFA in Painting and received classical training from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where she received her BFA/Certificate in painting. Her work has been exhibited throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana and internationally.
Gudrun Buhler - Musical Director (July 6th Concert)
Iris Karlin - Musical Director (June 7th Concert)
Iris Karlin, a native Israeli, is an internationally acclaimed soprano, musician and actress, who is also an IDF officer in reserve. She is praised for her rare combination of stage presence and musicianship from critics and conductors alike. Her personal charm and sensational voice made her a versatile leading singer Singing opera, operetta, contemporary and musical theater in the tri-state area, where she has been performing with leading opera companies and orchestras.
All events will take place at
St.Frances Cabrini Shrine
701 Ft.Washington Ave.
New York New York 10040