Isolde Gabrielle Amadeah


Isolde Gabrielle Amadeah is a Poet, Composer, Performing Artist, Conductor, Teacher, Actor, Benedictine Oblate, Interpretor Multi-lingual Renaissance Woman who was born in Vienna, Austria, survived wartime, started her musical career singing in air-raid shelters, as well as studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg, Sacre Coeur Boarding Schools Austria and Zaragoza Spain, Vienna Music Académie, London Polytechnic, Barcelona University, Los Angeles - Loyola Marymount University, Music - Psychology - Music and Art Therapy, PTSD, Alcohol and Drug Studies, and worked as a Parrish Music Director, Organist, and Liturgist for 50+yrs in Los Angeles. She enjoys most Operas, performing and listening classical music, reading, suduko, down hill snow skiing, mountain climbing, ice skating, swimming, meditating (especially in the Grand Canyon), being a Mentor and an Inspiration for Divine Love and Gratitude for the Highest Good for ALL.

Books by Isolde Gabrielle Amadeah