Sharon Ivri

Sharon Ivri

Sharon has sung in the choir since its inception. She lives in Harduf, and is married to Ori and has four children: Shakhar, Gaya, Nadav and Ella. Sharon is a teacher in the Waldorf high school at Harduf. "Music has played a part in every stage of my life. Singing as part of a group is an ongoing process of breathing, listening, searching and discovery. The melodies are always with me."

Monika Sunnesen

Monika Sunnesen

Monika immigrated to Israel from Denmark in 2001. She teaches music in Beit Elisha, a community of people with special needs in Kibbutz Harduf. Monika joined the choir in 2013.

Mikhal Shafnir

Mikhal Shafnir

Mikhal lives in Harduf. She is a student of Waldorf education and works at the elementary school at Harduf. "Joining the choir marks one of the happiest occurrences in my life. I am thankful for the music and the wonderful people, and for the beauty that reveals itself and broadens the heart when singing in rehearsal."

Efrat Khakhlili-Rosner

Efrat Khakhlili-Rosner

Efrat has lived in Harduf since 2004. She has two daughters – Shakhar and Rotem – and teaches in the elementary school in Harduf. She has sung with the choir almost since its inception. She has played and sung music continuously since she was a child. She is a graduate of the Music Academy (HaMidrashah), with a major in Music Therapy and Movement.

Luba Teper

Luba Teper

Luba lives in Haifa with her partner and young daughter and is a chartered accountant. She has sung since she was a baby, and joined choirs already in the first grade. She joined Udiana in 2009 (with a three year break). “For me, Udiana is a place for both musical and personal-spiritual development.”

Yonat Wollstein

Yonat Wollstein

Yonat lives in Haifa and is doing graduate studies in social work. Singing in the Efroni Choir as a young girl under the direction of Maya Shavit was a source of happiness and joy. When she joined Udiana, she once again discovered the magic of harmonious song.

Adi Kazaz

Adi Kazaz

Adi lives in Avtalyon and is married to Alon. She teaches piano and English. She is an accompanist to the choir at the Oded school – a Waldorf elementary school in Yodfat. Adi crafts her ceramic pottery on a potter's wheel. "I love playing music and singing with this very special choir." Adi joined the choir in 2008.

Liron Lindeman

Liron Lindeman

Liron lives in Haifa and is a music therapist for kids with special needs. Music and singing always been a part of her life. Singing, especially in this choir, enables connections, listening from the heart, and a sense of meaning and belonging.