with her husband, the jazz pianist Elias Meiri, Timna Brauer founded the Brauer and Meiri
Ensemble. They thus won the international jazz competition in Paris-la-Defense and
produced - amongst others for the ORF their own fantasy show Open
In 1995 they directed the revue Hava Nagila with 40
artists from Israel for the Establishment Ronacher.
In 1998 the cooperation between an Arabian and an
Israeli choir for Voices for Peace started with tours in Europe, a TV film and
In 2003 the premiere of Percussion took
place at the Musikvereinssaal Vienna featuring drummers from all continents.
In 2004 the award ceremony of the "Globart
Innovation Award" was held at the "Haus der Industrie" for the project
"Voices for Peace".
On May 27th, 2005 Timna Brauer and Elias Meiri were
given the Thies-Knauf culture award for music for their initiative Voices for
Peace and their cultural contribution to the promotion of peace, reconciliation and
tolerance by the Federal President Dr. Heinz Fischer.