Sit back, relax and enjoy the show. The JSO will have you begging for an encore.
The Henry Crown Symphony Hall, a 760 person-capacity concert hall inside the Jerusalem Theatre, houses a variety of opera and classical concerts; most important are those performed by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. A medley of Mendelssohn will have you singing his “Songs of Praise,” fate will be knocking on your door with Chen Zimbalista’s family-friendly rendition of Beethoven’s fifth symphony, and you’ll fall head-over-heels in love with Prokofiev’s musical retelling of the classic romance, “Romeo and Juliet,” also conducted by Zimbalista. Israel’s largest centre for art and culture hosts an endless list of performances, festivals, and with its six elegant halls. A must on any culture addict’s itinerary.
|Venue name:||Henry Crown Symphony Hall (in the Jerusalem Theatre)||Contact:|
20 Marcus St
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 09:30-19:30 (after 19:30, only tickets for that evening’s performance will be on sale), Fri09:30-13:00, Sat Closed|
|Price:||Approximately NIS 100-175, check website for specific show prices|
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