Affected by a heavy blow of fate in her childhood, she had to find her own way in and through her life at an early age. This path led her for many years around the southern hemisphere of this world, criss-crossing Europe, and brought her into intensive contact with art and music, which was reflected in her development and collaboration in numerous theatre productions and socio-cultural projects.
The acquaintance and confrontation with the liveliness, depth and longing of Klezmer and Eastern European music led to the fact that the music and especially her own musical activity became the central thread in her life. She taught herself to play the clarinet, trained herself further through cooperation with professional musicians and continued her musical life together with her instrument.
Besides other professional activities she successfully conquered the stages in different ensembles and performed extensively in cafés and pubs.