Salit Lahav, Oded Aloni, Nir Steinberg, Daniel Ring and Jonathan Hadas

The Chorole Ensemble has been operating since 2008 and has managed to gain recognition in the "world music" scene in Israel and around the world thanks to many performances. One of the ensemble's important projects is the establishment of the first school in the country for choro. "The Choro House" has been holding a bi-monthly meeting for 5 years, with the goal of teaching Israeli musicians the style of choro. At the end of each session, there’s a choro circle—a Jam session of all the classics of the style. The sessions are also open to the general public. This year, the ensemble has grown to five and added the clarinet player Jonathan Hadas.