A collaborative project. Initiated in 2015 by musician Noam Enbar, The Great Gehenna Choir takes it's name from the "Valley of the Son of Hinnom" ("Gehenna") in Jerusalem, and alluding to the disturbing history of the site - where ancient Canaanites are known to have conducted human sacrifice - The Great Gehenna Choir's original repertoire consists of expressive musical rites.
By its very structure, this unique group of people embodies an inclusive gesture towards the audience. Rather than casting them as onlookers, the new, occasionally absurd rituals performed by the choir, invite audiences to take part in original, non-institutional, often radical articulations of spirituality and its intersections with social and political issues.
During the last two years The Great Gehenna Choir had performed at a wide range of venues and festivals such as Jerusalem Season of Culture, Tel-Aviv Museum, Sheikh Abrek Festival and Jerusalem Design Week.