The Fenix bird symbolizes immortality, resurrection, and life after death, associated with the sun. The birds were consumed by the flames but new Fenix sprang forth from the pyre. The new born are half human and mostly this Fenix doesn�t show it�s real face. Grooming their feathers with long beaks they pick and screech at each other. The audience sighs with a breath of delight as they spread their wings.

There is a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 10 Fenix.
The act can be accompanied by 2 to 5 musicians. The musicians use Acoustic Drums or specially designed Electronic Drums; with these instruments they create a combination of atmospheric soundscapes, rhythmic percussion and magnetizing music.
By night a fire player with hand flares can be added. The hand flares create a magical lighting for the spectacle.