Emanuel Lieberfreund is passionate about the power of music to open the heart to a sense of the sacred. He studied jazz and classical flute at the Sydney Conservatorium. Emanuel currently plays flutes, saxophones and percussion. He is best known for his contributions to world/jazz fusion, devotional music as well as music for yoga and dance. His jazz trio ‘Flight’ played for the World Air Cargo Awards in Shanghai, and he toured northern China with the yogic devotional singer Carmella Gitanjali Baynie. His world music ambience CD ‘Atma’s Sphere’ was launched to a sold out house in 2015. The album has been receiving airplay on Radio National, Eastside Radio and Northside Radio. Orna Triguboff is a Kabbalist and meditation teacher. She is also a yogi and a rabbi. She received her ordination from Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalom of the Jewish Renewal Movement. In this performance Orna will be performing poetry connected to the Tree of Life over a magical sound scape. She has performed with the Neshama Band at Shir Madness in 2010 and in the “Baghdad to Bondi” concert at Emanuel Synagogue 2015. She regularly leads Kabbalah Chanting circles in Sydney. Blair Greenberg is a well known multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and teacher. He has studied the music of West Africa, North India and Cuba which has made him a passionate advocate for music from around the world. Amongst his many projects, he played in ‘The Paranormal Music Society’ with Linsey Pollak and co-produced two CDs for Miriam Lieberman. Currently he plays in the West African band ‘Keyim Ba’ and tours with Musica Viva in schools with the group ‘Teranga’. Danna Fain is a percussionist for whom drumming is a deep meditation. She discovered music therapy while doing a psychology degree. Danna has been studying and performing West African percussion for the last six years with ‘Soul Drummer’, concentrating on dun dun (bass drum) while also exploring djembe, hand pan and marimba. She plays for yoga classes and sound healing sessions, as well as for the charity ‘A Sound Life’ in hospitals and disability care facilities.