Elinor Bar Yehuda
Joined the choir in 2021. Lives in Haifa. Elinor is a musician and works as a writer and text editor. "Music is time organized in notes. For me, singing together is an excellent way to pass the time and connect to the moment."
Shlomit lives in Harduf. She is married to Shaul and has five children: Shira, Ariela, Amatsia, Avinoam and Zahara (twins). She joined the choir in 2005. Shlomit works at Beit Elisha – a community of people with special needs – as coordinator of the ceramics workshop. She enjoys long-distance running. "Singing in a group nourishes me and connects me with a path of searching and development."
Anne—a native of Australia—has been with the choir since the very beginning. She lives with her family in Shorashim, near Karmiel and works as an independent technical writer.
Maya lives with her husband Elad (who is also in the choir) and her daughters Michal and Avigail in Hanaton. She learned to play the French horn and the flute when she was young. Music and singing are central in her and her family's lives. "Singing in the choir is a source of development in many aspects of my life." Maya joined the choir in 2015.
Naama is a member of Kibbutz Harduf, is married, and the mother of two. She is a teacher in the Waldorf kindergarten. She joined the choir in 2015. “Music has accompanied me since my childhood.”
Ziva lives in Haifa and is married with two daughters. She has sung with the choir since 2006. "At age 8, I participated in the second Childrens' Song Festival. I studied piano for 8 years. For many years I worked as a graphic designer. Today, I am a studying special education and mathematics. Singing in a choir fills me with light and love."