Marietta Zumbült from Weimar, Germany is an internationally renowned soprano. She performs operas and concerts at major venues, such as the Berlin Philharmonic or the Dresden State Opera, and has mastered a large number of important opera roles. Particularly outstanding are her interpretations of the Pamina from "The Magic Flute", La Contessa Almaviva from "Le Nozze di Figaro" (Mozart) or the Mimi from "La Boheme" (Puccini). Since 2009, Marietta Zumbült has been a lecturer in singing at the renowned Franz Liszt University of Applied Sciences in Weimar.

Marietta Zumbült was so inspired in 2010 by the philosophy of transformation therapy of Robert Betz that she soon became a student and in 2011 completed training as a transformation therapist by Robert Betz. Since then, she accompanies Robert to many seminars, on the one hand as a singer in special seminar events, such as the large New Year's Eve seminar, and on the other hand, employed by him as a seminar leader and a transformation therapist.

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