israel philharmonic orchestra

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra presents an exclusive Yom Haatzmaut concert

The Jerusalem Post and the IPO present an exclusive special musical broadcast for Israel's Independence Day

IPO honors Mussorgsky with a perfect performance of a Russian original

The evening continued with four poems by Arseny Golenishchev-Kutuzov as set to music by Mussorgsky and sung in the original Russian by mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Gubanova.

Young IPO has hearts in the right place

The orchestra, conducted by Hillel Zori, will take the stage at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium on January 7, a show that will be broadcast live on radio.

By SARAH HERSHENSON
29/12/2019
Concert Review: IPO

Most effectively performed were Richard Strauss’s sound effects in “Till.”

By URY EPPSTEIN
22/12/2019
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra reveals the brilliance of Britten

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Benjamin Britten: ‘The War Requiem, Op. 66’

By URY EPPSTEIN
10/11/2019
Briane Keane and Omar Farouk Tekbilek
Oodles of oud

"We were attracting local Arabs as well as Jewish Israelis, many of whom had some experience of Oriental music,” Benaya told The Jerusalem Report.

By MORDECHAI BECK
29/10/2019
KHATIA BUNIATISHVILI and Zubin Mehta will collaborate on Mozart Piano Concerto no. 20, in D minor.
Sacred, shmacred, as long as it’s good

Zubin Mehta conducts Verdi’s ‘Requiem’ with the IPO, Gary Bertini Choir and more than 200 performers onstage

By SARAH HERSHENSON
27/06/2019
Jerusalem – A city of music and masques

After 45 years of enjoying the sophisticated London Arts scene, I was afraid that Jerusalem would turn out to be somewhat of a backwater.

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
28/06/2019
Eye in the Tel Aviv sky

Parsons, now 70 and about to come here with his troupe to join forces with the full Israel Philharmonic Orchestra has been around a long time – half a century to be exact.

23/05/2019
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