A home for all arts

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May 25, 2017 11:54

For the past two years and there have been musical events of a more classical nature held in various indoor galleries and outdoor spots around the Israel Museum grounds.




Eight Songs for a Mad King

Mad King: The Psappha Ensemble will perform Arnold Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony No. 1 in E major and Peter Maxwell Davis’s ‘Eight Songs for a Mad King’ on June 15. (photo credit:PSAPPHA ENSEMBLE)

The Israel Museum is our national repository of artworks and artifacts from across the centuries and, indeed, millennia. However, in recent years, it has increasingly opened up its walls and spaces to artistic pursuits of a more sonic nature.

The Jerusalem International Jazz Festival, for example, has been happily and successfully ensconced there for the past two years and there have been musical events of a more classical nature held in various indoor galleries and outdoor spots around the museum grounds.

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