The music stage is the heart of the festival, the place where concerts by artists from around the world take place, presenting various musical styles. Music serves as a medium for expressing emotions and inspiration.
Nessi Gomes is a singer and songwriter born into a Portuguese family on the tiny island of Guernsey. Her artistic inspirations draw from both sides of her ethnic background, combining the essence of traditional, emotional, and "larger-than-life" Fado folk music with British progressive modernity.
She reveals an authentic and sincere quest for light, depth, hope, and truth, as well as an artistic exploration of love and trust. Her work consists of intricately detailed, captivatingly atmospheric, and lushly textured avant-garde ballads.
Since then, she has performed in 30 countries, including at major festivals and stages. Concurrently, she has been creating continuously evolving workshops and retreats called Vocal Odyssey, encouraging participants to connect with the spirit of their voices.
French music producer Suduaya has performed in over 20 countries across 4 continents since 2011. From Downtempo to Psychill, with smooth rhythms and powerful beats, he has played at events such as the Rainbow Serpent Festival (Australia), Psy-Fi (Netherlands), Samsara (Hungary), Eclipse (Canada), Utopia Boom Landing (Portugal), Ometeotl (Mexico), and more. He has collaborated with artists like Desert Dwellers, Kaya Project, Ace Ventura, Liquid Soul, and others.
For almost 20 years, Gooral has successfully blended traditional highland music with electronic and club vibes. He has showcased this unique fusion of genres in over 1200 live performances across 20 countries, including major European festivals such as Pol'and'rock, Opener, Orange, Sziget, Exit, Colours of Ostrava, and Audioriver.
For Gooral, music is more than just entertainment. Since the release of the album "Ethno Elektro 2 (Wolno)" in 2020, the artist has been performing downtempo live acts in the A-432Hz tuning on synthesizers, pipes, ocarinas, effects processors, and computers. Currently based in Bielsko-Biała, after delving into ancient knowledge about the healing properties of music, Gooral incorporates solfeggio frequencies into his work, energizing the chakras of his listeners.
GAJA is a musical project inspired by deep ecology. It is music that flows straight from the heart and serves as a reminder that the planet Earth is spinning beneath our feet. It carries a gentle, folk-rooted sound with a touch of woodland ballad, drifting through the air like the smoke from a bonfire. For Marta, the lyricist, music is a form of communication expressing what is important and believed in. She believes that the vibrations carried by music have the power to change the world.
The Niburu Project is a Polish artistic event whose main idea revolves around creating performances based on archaic/primitive instruments, forming a musical-therapeutic spectacle, also known as a "bath" in sounds. It is a musical-relaxation concert that, through the healing nature of gongs and accompanying instruments, supports global and broadly understood cultural-ecological awareness.
Filip Filipiuk is a multi-instrumentalist, orchardist, and the father of Jasiu and Aniela. He draws inspiration from nature, wisdom, as well as the methods of Buddhism and shamanism. He is a co-creator of the band Cantarsis, which performs healing songs. He resides in the Izer Mountains, where he is involved in creating the settlement called "Świecie Nasz" (Our World).
(feat Kim Jestem)
"Między Nami feat Kim Jestem" – that is Agnieszka and Artur, who speak about their music as: "These are postcards from a journey into ourselves. We send them to ourselves – to remember. Our struggles, understandings, and enlightenments. Definitely, a search: for truth, our identity, purpose and meaning, the path to the heart. The concert is a sharing of these postcards with you."
Fot. Roland Okoń
Artur Witkowski and Sofia Le
Artur Witkowski and Sofia Le are a vocal-instrumental duo that combines spatial sounds of voice, handpans, and ethnic instruments. They utilize minimalist sound, live-looping, instrumental improvisations, and their own compositions. The duo fills the space with relaxation and tranquility, where silence has its own sound.
"We see, hear, and feel music as a form of active meditation, allowing us to get to know ourselves by listening to our bodies and emotions, to stop moments and flow with the present. Music knows no divisions, it doesn't judge; it connects emotions, intellect, craftsmanship, connects brain hemispheres, and connects people."
Artur Witkowski - handpans, gongs, tam-tams, Tibetan bowls, ethnic instruments. Initiator and co-creator of the Mleczarnia Club & Café, where he leads improv sessions called "Friends Meeting at the Handpan."
Sofia Le - vocals, looper, ethnic instruments. A multi-instrumentalist, music therapist, and instructor of playing instruments.