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Toil and joy = Hope

The Ibis is a musical project established in 2021 in Geneva. 
In wish to spread messages of hope in difficult times by means of music, the title of the project is inspired by  the bird ibis, a symbol of resilience. 

Six volunteering professional and amateur musicians came together to play an original composition of a young local artist and some of well-known  popular songs from 1984 to 2021. 

The program on the whole tells the story of men going through different stages of life, confronting with hardships and being resilient to them.

The Ibis is a long-legged Bird with grace and balance in its form and symbolism. Their long bill features a gentle, downward curve. With an extended beak, the creature suits the task of looking through muddy situations, making it easy for Ibis to locate the nourishment they require to ensure survival. Here, the Bird symbolizes the ability to “bend” or remain flexible in trying conditions and adaptability.


A mostly white Bird with hints of black toward the back, the Ibis’ colors implies a sense of purity and mystery. Its head is featherless, as is its neck, both of which move with a noiseless grace and poise. Ibis’ quiet movement contributes to its ability to survive; there is powerful magic in silence. Here, Ibis connotes using quiet moments of observation, mediation, prayer, or listening to the Divine for the betterment of your life.


Community is sacred to the Ibis
; the Bird often spends time in colonies of over 300 members. The group includes other Birds like Spoonbills and Heron. It seems Ibis is happy to share the space with agreeable companions. So, Ibis comes to symbolize spending time with like-minded people and enjoying the strength and support of your community.

The sense of a group mind goes beyond nesting. Ibis often hunts with other Birds in a group. In parenting, the male and female share in watching over the young for three weeks; their efforts continue with feedings for about a month and a half until the fledgling’s flight feathers develop. A sense of cooperation and mutuality resonate in Ibis’ spiritual meaning.

– Source : whatismyspiritanimal.com

From Geneva
Toil and joy = hope

The Ibis is a musical project established in 2021 in Geneva. 
In wish to spread messages of hope in difficult times by means of music, the title of the project is inspired by the bird ibis, a symbol of resilience. 

Six volunteering professional and amateur musicians came together to play an original composition of a young local artist and some of well-known  popular songs from 1984 to 2021. 

The program on the whole tells the story of men going through different stages of life, confronting with hardships and being resilient to them.

The Ibis is a long-legged Bird with grace and balance in its form and symbolism. Their long bill features a gentle, downward curve. With an extended beak, the creature suits the task of looking through muddy situations, making it easy for Ibis to locate the nourishment they require to ensure survival. Here, the Bird symbolizes the ability to “bend” or remain flexible in trying conditions and adaptability.


A mostly white Bird with hints of black toward the back, the Ibis’ colors implies a sense of purity and mystery. Its head is featherless, as is its neck, both of which move with a noiseless grace and poise. Ibis’ quiet movement contributes to its ability to survive; there is powerful magic in silence. Here, Ibis connotes using quiet moments of observation, mediation, prayer, or listening to the Divine for the betterment of your life.


Community is sacred to the Ibis
; the Bird often spends time in colonies of over 300 members. The group includes other Birds like Spoonbills and Heron. It seems Ibis is happy to share the space with agreeable companions. So, Ibis comes to symbolize spending time with like-minded people and enjoying the strength and support of your community.

The sense of a group mind goes beyond nesting. Ibis often hunts with other Birds in a group. In parenting, the male and female share in watching over the young for three weeks; their efforts continue with feedings for about a month and a half until the fledgling’s flight feathers develop. A sense of cooperation and mutuality resonate in Ibis’ spiritual meaning.

– Source : whatismyspiritanimal.com