Susan von Reichenbach, New York born soprano of German descent, has
enjoyed a career path as a musician across the USA and internationally. She
is both an opera and a concert singer, and has received enthusiastic acclaim
for her voice, musicianship and interpretative abilities, by audiences and
critics alike.  She has performed leading roles in the operas of Beethoven,
Wagner, Strauss, Verdi, Weber, Berlioz, Mozart, Cherubini, to name a few, in
such opera houses as Seattle, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Miami, Colorado, and
abroad at the Hamburg State Opera, the Bellas Artes of Mexico City, and in
the Savonlinna Festival of Finland. She has appeared as soloist in major
orchestral works of Beethoven, Mahler, Strauss, Verdi, Rachmaninoff,
Britten, Bach, Handel and Haydn, with such symphonies as San Francisco,
St. Louis (including a PBS Special), Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Detroit, Syracuse,
Utah, San Antonio, Pacific, and with the Orchestre Nationale de France and
the Stockholm Philharmonic, in concert halls in Rome, Venice, Dusseldorf
and Paris, and as soloist with various oratorio societies, like Musica Sacra, at
New York City’s Avery Fisher and Carnegie Halls. She has also performed at
the Chautauqua and Bellingham Festivals.

As a recitalist, the aspect of singing which is most dear to her, Susan von
Reichenbach has been invited to give recitals of the Lieder and art song
composers at such illustrious concert venues as Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln
Center, Washington D.C.'s National Gallery, Pittsburgh's Frick Museum,
Detroit’s Art Institute, and on major concert series in Los Angeles, New York,
Vienna, Paris, Berlin, Zurich and Istanbul. Most recently, she offered a recital
at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on its prestigious Concert
Series. (This recital is available on CD also through the website (
via email to

In her work with Dr. Hora, Susan “found” her real voice as well as coming to
know, in her own working experience, the spiritual purpose and the deeper
meaning of music as a divine expression and gift of God in the world.  
Singing and living “in tune” are important to Susan both as a musician and
spiritual guide. Being in the “right key” requires all of us to heighten our
ability to listen and to be alert, in order to be able to harmonize and, thus,
align our consciousness with the truth-of-being. Consciousness can be
transformed and come to emanate the highest frequencies possible as it
resonates to the "Soundless Music of Life." The beautiful and translucent
ideas of Metapsychiatry open us to hear this "music" and, eventually, to see
our oneness with It. At this stage, we are blessed. Communicating
transcendent and inspired ideas, not only through song but also through
counseling and writing, is Susan's interest and calling.
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The MetaWay reflects the work of
Susan von Reichenbach, who studied many years with her mentor Thomas
Hora in New York City and is the editor of Dr. Hora's book, "One Mind". Susan
has enjoyed an international career as an opera and concert singer.  She is a
graduate of  Sarah Lawrence College, where Joseph Campbell was an
important, earlier influence.  

Susan offers spiritual direction as a teacher of Metapsychiatry, in person or
by phone, and leads classes, workshops and retreats.  She calls her work
The MetaWay™.

If you have questions, or wish to learn more about or study The MetaWay,
please feel free to contact her.
Susan can be reached by mail at P.O. Box 1024, Old Lyme, CT  06371  
by email at
or by telephone at (860) 405-4044.
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