The Udiana Choir was founded by Anat Aharoni at Kibbutz Harduf in 2004. The choir numbers roughly 20 singers from the Jezreel Valley and the north of Israel. Udiana is one of Israel's leading choirs and has performed on some of the best stages in conjunction with other highly regarded Israeli choirs and musicians, to great acclaim from audiences and music reviewers.

The choir sings a cappella, often focusing on music from the 20th and 21st centuries, and selecting songs from different periods and styles. In its performances, the choir integrates elements of improvisation, movement, speech, and rhythm. Its foremost characteristic is the deep commitment of its members, who seek to create quality music as well as personal development.

Stemming from the desire to support Israeli composers, and with the aim of being a part of the Israeli music scene, every year Anat invites at least one local composer to create an original piece for the program. We believe in the healing power of music and hold volunteer performances for people with special needs and disadvantaged communities. We adapt the repertoire to suit the audience.

Udiana has received partial support from the Ministry of Culture and Sport since 2012 and is part of the Culture Basket.

We are grateful for the music, which reveals fascinating paths ahead, and to the loyal audience who have accompanied us over the years and are partners in our search.