Folk and Sacred World Music 

Sophia Tuv > Shai Shriki > Avishai Barnatan

Saturday, August 24th 7:00pm


$20 Pre booked

$25 at the door

$15 WeMove Members

WeMove Studio, Mullumbimby
Corner of  Stuart Street and Tincongan 

You are invited to a one-off soulful evening of Hymns of the Heart

Sophia is delighted to be passing through the Byron shire for one concert only before she returns back to Israel. She will share with you her original songs and prayers In Hebrew and English ,as well as some special Hymns from the Mediterranean and around the world that she has carefully collected .

Sophia is honoured to be joined by local musicians – Shai Shriki- Maestro of Guitar , oud and vocalist and Avishai Barnatan – multi instrumentalist and maestro of exotic wind instruments.

Music and song is a language that is understood by all. Music connects us to our heart , transforms and heals . Come and join us with love.


Sophia Tuv 

A mystic , folk and sacred world music singer born in Jerusalem and currently based in the ancient port of Jaffa. Hebrew, her first language and the language of her ancestors, is a source of great inspiration for her. Her Original songs both in Hebrew and English are modern day prayers which every one can connect to. She collects hymns from around the world singing in many different languages. Her interpretations are soulful and unique. Sophia is trained in classical and jazz music and for the past 10 years has been traveling extensively learning music and songs from ancient cultures. She is a voice explorer, artist and an active peace advocate in the Middle East.

“I’m here to love and connect in this human experience. Music is My language” .

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Shai Shriki
Vocalist, Oud & Guitar player composer and writer of contemporary music with traditional sounds from the Middle East, Hebrew songs and Spanish guitar.
World music to it’s wide variety is Shai’s passion, mostly writing in Hebrew as his first language but Shai also sings in Arabic, Spanish & Eastern European songs.
Shai believes that the unique sound of traditional instruments and songs invoke deep emotions and the fusion of cultures with sound similarities, can be a meeting and bridging place for all people to live in harmony alongside.

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Avishai Barnatan
Multi instrumentalist, producer and Sound therapist Avishai Barnatan plays a variety of exotic wind instruments. He was initially inspired to play music during his extensive travels where he experienced the power of music as a universal language and the immediate way it created unity and opened hearts everywhere he went. In the last 30 years he has been involved in many musical and healing projects and events.

Since 1990 Avishai has been exploring the nature of sound and its therapeutic qualities as a tool for physical & emotional transformation and healing. Inspired by modern scientific research as well as ancient esoteric and mystic knowledge, he has developed his own style of soundhealing . He facilitates group and private sessions with people of diverse backgrounds.



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