The opera singer Aylén Bárbara Gerull was born in Hamburg and has been commuting between Seville, Fuerteventura and Hamburg since 2018.
She studied in Germany and began her career as “Hansel” in Humperdinck “Hansel and Gretel”, as “Cherubino” in Mozart’s “le Nozze di Figaro” on German stages and gave between 2013 and 2015 several solo concerts in Norway with a repertoire of Italian opera arias and German songs. In addition, she worked as a singer and dancer in projects such as the band “Tango Lírico” (Argentine tango arranged for soprano), the Oriental Opera Ensemble (Arabic music arranged for soprano) and the Traumtänzer Ensemble (oriental dance with live music). She completed her vocal training with Prof. Román Werlínsky from Lódzs, Prof. Arthur Janzen from the Cologne Conservatory and with the Iranian baritone Manos Kia.
She learned to dance according to the “Datura” method from Rachel Brice, Tango Argentino from Alejandro Sanguinetti in Hamburg and since 2018 she learns flamenco at the FormArte Flamenco School in Seville.
In 2016 she made her debut with the song cycle “Winterreise” at the Rudolf Steiner Haus in Hamburg and has since performed the cycle several times. As an actress, she played the role of “Jette” in the German operetta “Der Vogelhändler” at the Eutin Opera Festival and returned to the Eutin stage in 2017 to sing the role of “Ida” in “Die Fledermaus”.
In 2017 she made her debut with the song cycle “Haugtussa” by Edvard Grieg under her own direction at the Rudolf Steiner House in Hamburg. In 2018 she played her first solo monologue evening with the piece “Elektras Reflectiones” by Nino Haratikwili. In addition, she published her first book “The Own Sound” on vocal pedagogy.
Aylén sings a wide repertoire of opera, sacred music and song cycles in Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, German, French and Catalan. She learns all these languages with great pleasure. She has sung on various international stages such as Norway, Hungary, Spain and Japan. In 2020 she founded the Dúo Nachtigall in Seville with the pianist Yolanda Sánchez Domínguez.