Yael Deckelbaum :: Concert – Prayer Of The Mothers :: March 9 2024
Join Yael Deckelbaum in her Prayer of the Mothers Europe Tour 2024 for a concert (March 9) & a voice ceremony (March 10) in Amsterdam. Ticket sales has started, here (or below). Join us in life, love & music.
We are proud to present to you the first event with Yael Deckelbaum on the HeartFire stage ever! Yael will be joining us for a concert (on March 9) and a voice ceremony (on March 10, 2024). This is truly something, and we are grateful to welcome her in Amsterdam for an empowering evening and afternoon, remembering unity, liberty, togetherness, PEACE!
We feel it is so important to spread this message of hope, freedom, unity, peace and togetherness. Of female empowerment and leadership. And we hope you will join us!
UPDATE 12/12: New Venue! We moved with the concert to a new venue (Zonnehuis) as tickets sold out so fast for the former venue. Thank you for your interest!
About Yael Deckelbaum
Yael Deckelbaum is a musician and peace activist, known for her song “Prayer of The Mothers”, that turned into the anthem of the march of hope, lead by the movement “Women Wage Peace”. Her video documents thousands of Palestinian and Israeli women, who marched together in 2016, from the north of Israel to Jerusalem in a call for peace.
Yael has been recognized by many people as a groundbreaking musical activist of our time. With the streets as her stage and marching women as her crowd, Yael has led various women’s marches over the past years in over 10 different countries – from Europe to Asia and America to Africa. In her latest Album “What about the Women” she uses her music to inspire positive change and support non-violent communication between cultures that are in conflict, emphasizing the necessity of female leadership.
Now in these times of war, where the voices of hate are escalating in her region and the world, Yael returns to the stages of Europe, to sound her voice again, and remind us of our dream of peace. To remind us of all of the good moderate people on both sides of the border, that are caught in this horrific war.
“I pray that people in the world could find a way to look at this situation, beyond political opinions and propaganda and see and care for the children, all children, both in Israel and palestine. See beyond our hate and judgement, and find an all embracing solidarity. Supporting the people who seek peace and encourage a dialogue that can open a door for hope”Yael Deckelbaum
Upcoming New album :: What about the Women. After 3 years of leading and participating in women’s marches around the world, singer songwriter Yael Deckelbaum is ready to release a whole album, telling the story of her journey. Featuring singers such as Joss Stone, Zap Mama, Amira Leon, Nikky Glaspie, Palestinian singer Meera Eilabuni, choirs from South Africa and NYC, and weaving speeches by Leymah Gbowee, Malala Yousafzai, Ayanna Prestly, Huda Abu Arqoub, 13 indigenous grandmothers and more, the album sounds the voice of the global women’s movement of our time, and perpetuates the wave of an awakening.
“In the world that we live in, peace is possible, only when women of integrity and faith, stand up for the future of our children” Leymah Gbowee
Voice Ceremony on March 10
What about the women? Remembering and emancipating our true voice, as free women. For thousands of years the feminine voice has been reduced and silenced. In the Jewish religion, for example, a woman’s voice is directly connected to her sexuality, there for an orthodox Jewish women is not allowed to sing in front of men.
Like our sexuality, our voice too holds the key to connect us to our true power. It is magnificent, it is beautiful, it is wise and holds great spiritual expression. One that we have not allowed ourselves to express freely for far too many generations. For all humans, the voice is a conductor – a meeting point between spirit and matter. And for most of us, the access to this gate has been limited by the partitions that life has taught us to build. Through our breathing, through exercises and some simple tools, we will learn to dissolve these partitions of shame, judgment and guilt and free the wings of hidden voice, love it again, enjoy this free expression as individuals and as part of a group, combining our voices together in harmony. The ceremony incorporates meditative methods and technical tools for healthier singing, exercises, improvised circle singing and ceremony. The ceremony is for any woman who just loves to sing.
On March 10 Yael Deckelbaum will give a voice ceremony, see the eventpage for more info on the ceremony.
Yael Deckelbaum – Prayer Of The Mothers Solo Tour :: 9 March 2024 @Zonnehuis Amsterdam
There is also a voice ceremony with Yael Deckelbaum on March 10 2024, read more here.
March 9, 2024
Zonnehuis, Zonneplein 30, 1033 EK Amsterdam
In the middle of the old working-class neighborhood of Tuindorp-Oostzaan stands this architectural surprise in Amsterdam School style. A time capsule where you walk into the 1930s. The interior, which is still in its original state, with characteristic Art Deco elements, gives an intimate atmosphere, surprises the visitor and is a special place for artists to perform.
19.30 (doors open 18.30).
Ticket sales has started, here. Combitickets for the voice ceremony and for the concert are available. Follow us on Eventbrite to get notified when we publish new events, here. See our event page for other concerts we organize.
How To Get There
The Zonnehuis is located in Amsterdam-Noord, 15 minutes with the bicycle from Eye Filmmuseum (opposite Amsterdam Central Station). Check the route description here or check the use of public transport here to plan your journey.
Updates can also be found on the Event page on Facebook, here.
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