studied singing at the Berlin University of the Arts. In autumn 2007 she started advanced vocal training from Verena Rein and has worked with her ever since. In August 2008 she became a regular member of the Berlin Radio Choir, but has also continued working as a freelance vocalist. Her repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary alto parts. She has performed various vocal works, including Handel’s Messiah and Dixit Dominus, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, Magnificat, several cantatas and Nono’s Guai ai gelidi mostri. Concert tours with the Berlin Academy of Early Music and other chamber orchestras have taken her to Belgium, the Netherlands and Poland. She has performed at various festivals, including Rossini in Wildbad and Zeitfenster, and attended master classes with such artists as Raul Gimenez, Krisztina Laki and Alessandro de Marchi.

studied flute and music theory at the Freiburg University of Music and composition in Frankfurt am Main. He has been living in Berlin since 1997. In 1999, he began his training as a lieder and oratorio singer under the guidance of Verena Rein.
His solo repertoire ranges from Renaissance vocal music and sacred oratorios to contemporary music literature. He is also particularly passionate about lieder with piano from the French and German Romantic era in the tradition of salon concerts and musical soirées.
He was a co-founder of the musical duo Viola and Voice with Ruth Killius and the musical theatre trio schindelkilliusdutschke.

Further information is available at www.rainerkillius.de


was born in Poland and moved to Berlin in 1987. She began playing piano at the age of nine and soon after joined the girls’ choir at St. Hedwig’s Cathedral, Berlin. At the age of 16 she took up vocal training with Verena Rein and, after completing her A-levels in 2003, continued her studies with private vocal lessons. In addition to her musical training, she took acting and répétiteur classes at the Berlin Academy of Music Hanns Eisler.

In 2007, she decided to study Italian and French at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She successfully completed her studies in the summer of 2010 with a thesis on the rise of the Mafia in Germany and wrote for German papers tageszeitung (taz) and Berliner Tagesspiegel as a freelance journalist. In August 2010, she took up an editorial traineeship with taz nord in Hamburg.


studied piano and chamber music with Carmen Martinez and Luiz de Moura Castro in Barcelona. He then received a scholarship to further his education at Hartt School in West Hartford, CT. After earning his Master of Music, he went on to study musicology (DEA) with a primary focus on 20th century music at the Sorbonne in Paris, where he is currently pursuing his postgraduate studies. He has been specialising in lieder interpretation since 2003, working with such artists as Eric Schneider, Wolfram Rieger, Axel Bauni and Matthias Goerne. He has performed as a soloist, piano accompanist and chamber musician at various prestigious international locations and festivals, including the Rheingau Musik Festival, the Fundação Gulbenkian in Lisbon, the Schumannfest in Düsseldorf, the Schönberg Center in Vienna, the Essen Philharmonic, the ZKM Karlsruhe and the Darmstadt  International Summer Courses for New Music. In 2009/10, Daniel Lorenzo-Rubio held a scholarship at the International Ensemble Modern Akademie, working with composers such as Helmut Lachenmann, Hans Zender, Friedrich Cerha and Nicolaus A. Huber. He also performs regularly as a guest musician with the Ensemble Modern.
Other vocalists featured in the film: Julia Biesenbach, Julia Heße, Tomasz Wija, Doris Zucker