Song Laboratory (world/ethno/spiritual/mystic folk music) is a female group of singers from Poland, created in 2013. Using traditional, polyphonic singing they perform songs from all over the world, mainly: Ukraine, Balkans, Belarus, Georgia, Scandinavia, Poland and many other places. They sing a capella as well as with shaman drums and other ethnic instruments (shruti box, kalimba, flute, gong, zaphir and koshi chimes, singing bowls, rattles etc.), creating a new space in a traditional song, adding voice improvisations, inspired by sounds of nature, often intuitive, wild and feminine. The traditional songs are often brought from their source – different regions of Poland, Europe and world, by the members of the group -having their unique history and evolving in the course of work. Finally, they are performed in a new form – traditional or enriched. The latest album of the group entitled “Rasti” was nominated for the Fryderyk 2020 award, in the category “Album of the year – World music”. The group has visited over 15 countries with concerts and workshops (for example: USA, India, Israel, Switzerland, Japan, Spain, Iceland, Denmark, The Netherlands, France, etc.). The video with Belarusian song ‘Sztoj pa moru’ has reached over 10 mln views, and the group is foll owed by more than 135 thousand fans on Facebook. Voices: Alina Jurczyszyn, Kamila Bigus, Lila Bosowska, Iwona Bajger, Magda Jurczyszyn, Alina Klebba, Karolina Stawiszyńska.