The Great Gehenna Choir performs compositions by Noam Enbar and written by Yonatan Levy. Performed by 18 trained and untrained singers in a circular format with the audience surrounding them, each song is led by a different member breaking the hierarchy of classical orchestra and creating anarchy inspired by Ethiopian choirs. Enbar also asks members to create their own compositions. For Enbar, the Great Gehenna Choir is a platform to experiment with the idea of collectivity. In this rehearsal the choir practiced four songs, one of which was "Bar Rafaeli,” a fake chant for a celebrity combining humor and seriousness. This song becomes a prayer by reassembling and repeating vowels and syllables. The name Rafaeli has a deeper meaning in Hebrew, since “rafa” means “to heal,” which corresponds to Raphael, the archangel of healing.