Musical Temple 3: Sacred Servixx
Sacred Servixx: Faye Shapiro together with Joanna Jones, Dudi Shaul, Hila Gluskinos, Lia Amit, Yotam Elal
- THU 30.6
- SAT 2.7
MoBY: Museums of Bat Yam
a voice temple for healing expression.
A safe space for voices to resonate and hearts to meet. .
An immanent listening field. An altar.
The Servixx is Calling forth a culture that allows free expression of bodies and souls, daring to play and channel archetypes, prayers, prophecies for the benefit of the collective.
You can be in or out, silent or singing – in any case – we are together, how does this sound?
All songs, all expressions, lead to the same truth – love.
In love we are together. All one.
Yet to fully experience that, we must shed our shields, face our fears, give voice to our pain, our shadows.
How can we feel safe enough to do so?
- By Faye Shapiro
- Performers Joanna Jones, Dudi Shaul, Hila Gluskinos, Lia Amit, Yotam Elal and Faye Shapiro
- Altar and set design Joanna Jones
The sacred servixx Bio
The sacred servixx is both a performance design and an emerging collective of musicians, healers, artists, and priestesses exploring tribal and ceremonial aesthetics, collective healing and contemporary synergetic spiritual practices all by the Godexx - the fullest manifestation of the VOID.
We arrive. We listen. We offer our gifts in service of our joined healing and awakening - inLOVE.
Faye Shapiro Bio
Faye Shapiro is a prophetic voice and an ecstatic performer. As she seeks gentleness and stable connection to her heart, she is led to create safe spaces that extend beyond private expression into community healing and social and political change.