Born and raised in Jerusalem, Hadas is a singer, cellist, actress, inner work classes facilitator and the founder of Be.Me project. Influenced by classic and modern music, Hadas began playing the cello at the age of eight. An alumnus of the JAMD high school, Hadas did national service at Adam Elementary School and the Yad Sarah organization. At 19, Hadas co-founded the band Asaf Avidan and the Mojos, which went on to earn three Israeli gold albums. By 21 she had already performed on some of the world’s most prominent stages, including Carnegie Hall, the Cannes film festival and numerous other festivals and major events. After the Mojos, Hadas joined Shlomo Artzi’s band, and participated in a number of big Israeli productions. She released her first solo album with Aviv Bahar in 2014, an album that was celebrated by the critics and audience alike. Their first single was the second most played song on the Israeli radio that year, and she was nominated best new singer of the year. She is presently touring Israel with her album, while collecting materials for her second one. For the past two years Hadas has been teaching meditation and inner work in Israel and abroad. She recently launched a new initiative - the Be.Me project, aimed at increasing creativity and communications inside organizations by practicing meditation. A film and theater actor, Hadas currently appears in the play Being Alexander Penn, in a role partially based on her own story.