Anouschka Pearlman

Anouschka Pearlman was born in Sweden and raised in the US, Thailand, and Europe. She speaks English, Swedish, French, and German, but her preferred language has always been music.  A singer-songwriter, her songs are played on radio stations worldwide. She is currently working on her 3rd album.

In addition to being a musician and actress, (Bauhaus commercials made her a familiar face in Sweden) Anouschka has worked in advertising, publishing, and film and TV production in New York and Los Angeles. She also created and taught music programs for inner city school children in Boston, Massachusetts and empowerment courses for troubled teens in Stockholm, Sweden.

Anouschka has a BA in Political Science from Tufts University, a Cum Laude Songwriting Degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston, and an MA in Natural Resource Management from Stockholm University, Sweden. In 2010, she became a qualified Nature Guide in South Africa, and she is active in wildlife conservation.

Berlin's streets came to a halt as Berliners squeezed themselves into neighborhood bars to watch the European Soccer Championship.

But at Lausitzerplatz in Kreuzberg, Emmanus Church was the main attraction as visitors and international guests filled the pews to watch the June 22nd match between Germany and Greece on a big screen TV. The game was accompanied by organ music by Stephan von Bothmer.

Von Bothmer is Germany's leading silent film composer. He is known for his sold out silent film performances at iconic venues like the Berliner Dom and Babylon Theater.