The Thirteen album galitta tassa

As a singer/songwriter, I write lyrics and melodies for my projects in jazz, r&b, pop, world and lately fusion with dance.

Lately, I finished producing the album “the thirteen” which was a successful experiment in sacred music, recorded on the moment of conception. After years of playing with sound, samples, and recording in the studio, I suddenly knew that I must record music coming from the right brain, as I do in rituals. Singing and playing with friends and out of a different place, with no plan or construction. It was a great experience and very healing.

As a vocalist, I lend my voice to world music/dance projects that use music for celebrations of earth and humanity.

For more info about the kabbalistic  Thirteen mothers look
I am very grateful for Kohenet work and the wisdom of their people.

The Thirteen

The Thirteen – musicians

MUSICIANS Galitta works with Stephan Jankowski-guitar and production. Pablo Nahar – standing bass, DJ Safri samples, Mola Sila -vocals, Shay Bar-Sheshet -electronics, Michel Stooker – santoor, percussion, Tamar Naveh – percussion, Juchi Cordoba – percussion, Avi Adir – flutes, Hernan Ruiz – guitar, Marko van der Beek – piano, Indra Silar – vocals, Ping Fang – vocals, Shanti Devi – vocals, Yoav Lachoviski- drums and percussion. Avishai Roet -bass, Yotam Tal-guitar, Tom Kwakernaat- standing bass.


“Your CD “The Thirteen” is in my heart & soul. Your music, art, & being is such a precious gift! The deepness of your soul, the greatness of your spirit is heard in your wonderful voice. You understand all the layers of human feelings and emotions through time, dream-, and vision- states back to the Shechinah & divine feminity.
“Mekonent: The Mourning Woman” was calling me for a long time “to acknowledge my tears.” Today I cried hearing “Neviah: The Prophetess” for “the ability to speak out and be heard.” Pauline

“Your songs touch me where healing is required. Your voice moves me deeply, gives me goosebump for guides, angels, ancestors, and all aspects of the Shechinah are singing through you, bringing me home!” Shira