Manuela Miebach, German actress, author and musician joined Roses and Chocolates. She will perform in the first episode and will continue performing in several episodes.
She is the daughter of a recognized painter and opera singer. At the age of 7 she attended at the ballet school Sabine Ress. She made her first theatrical appearance when she was 8 years old. She attended acting school at the Franziskusschule in Berlin, graduated from in 1969 and also studied piano and singing between years 1968 – 1970 at the UDK in Berlin.
Manuela performed in 26 film and television productions where she stood together with stars like Karlheinz Schroth, Magda Schneider, Luise Ullrich, Günther Pfitzmann, George Nader, Hans Clarin, Karl Lieffen, Ingeborg Hallstein, Julia Migenes just to name a few.
In addition to her film and television work, the actress played at the Schiller Theater, the Theater des Westens in Berlin, the Stadttheater Lübeck and at the Hamburger Operettenhaus.
In the autumn of 1975, she moved to Vienna, continued to study singing, changed to the operetta and musical subject, and performed at the Vienna Raimundtheater and at the Theater an der Wien. As an operetta diva, Manuela Miebach appeared on international stages in the years 1976-2006, including numerous operetta concerts in Germany, Switzerland, Finland and Japan. In particular she was awarded the 1978 Robert Stolz Medal. She played Princess Lippert – Weylersheim Winter 2017/2018 was on the stage of the Johann Strauss Operetta Wien.
Manuela has devoted her time more to film, where she stood in front of the camera in films such as: “Erstmal verstehen” as lead actress 2017. This film, directed by Roman Rögner, recently received the Gold and Media Awards 2018 in Cannes.
This artist has done 40 years research on Beethoven and finally she published her biography book about Beethoven on October 3rd, 2015. Another book of hers about Beethoven – Christian Gottlob Neefe will be published in 2020 in celebration of the 250th birthday of Beethoven. The first compositions “How Christmas is …” and “Music is the language of all peoples” are included in the publishing program of the Vienna Rubato. Another project, such as the Beethoven Musical, is currently under negotiation with several theaters and is expected to be premiered in the winter of 2019/2020 in German-speaking countries.