Kriemhild Maria Siegel made a name for herself as a child of exceptional talent performing at private events and at church concerts in her home town. By the age of 14, she had her first radio broadcast and recording. After finishing high school at the Altötting English Grammar School, she studied music and trained as a singer, specialising in oratory, opera, musicals and operetta at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Shortly thereafter, she received the "Robert Pride Award" for the best young classical singer. In 2006 she married German composer Ralph Siegel, separating in 2014.
An aging, down-on-his-luck Italian conductor reluctantly travels back to Havana, Cuba, to oversee the Cuban National Children's Choir perform compositions in which he specializes. His concerns seem well-founded when his trip starts off on the wrong foot and he is quickly met by the son he never knew he fathered years ago, but his past eventually adds new purpose and meaning to his present. This is a heart-warming, nostalgic tale of a quirky old man rediscovering the “spice of life” once again.View Project