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JSO WELcomes Julian Rachlin as new Music Director

The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra is delighted to launch its 85th Anniversary celebrations with an exciting announcement of Julian Rachlin as its new Music Director. Marking the new era in the orchestra’s history, Maestro Rachlin will begin his tenure in October 2023.


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JSO Inaugurates New festival with world premiere

Under the baton of Music Director Steven Sloane, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra will inaugurate the REGARDING… festival with the world premiere of “KUNDRY”, a monodrama based on the figure of Kundry – the most complex, contradictory, and fascinating female character of Richard Wagner’s “Parsifal”.  Click here to watch...


JSO The first Israeli Orchestra to Perform in UAE

Ofer Amsalem, CEO of the JSO: ”This is a historical event, and we are also excited that our concerts coincide with the first anniversary of the Abraham Peace Accords. In fact, when the Accords were signed, we played the national anthem of the United Arab Emirates in Jerusalem – and now, a year later, we will be playing ‘Hatikva’ on Dubai soil!”  Click here to watch...


"Bridge over troubled water"

We have recently partnered with Shalva on a virtual gala. Watch the JSO's performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" with Shalva Band, Tareq Al Menhali & Arqam.  Click here to watch...


'days of light' concert marks holocaust memorial

"Not only did all the featured composers experience rejection by the Nazi regime, they also used their new cultural surroundings as a springboard for creative departures"  Read more...


jerusalem post: "a symphonic miracle"

"This December, while commemorating the miracles of Hanukkah, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra would also reflect on the miracles that have happened to them during the year of 2020."  Read more...


"nes gadol haya po"

A Special Hanukkah Celebration! 

December 15th, 2020

Watch one of our most popular concerts in 2020, and enjoy a fusion of traditional, classical, Ashkenazi, and Sephardic music! Click here to watch...


"avinu malkenu"

The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra in a special Cantorial concert for the High Holidays. 

Watch the concert...

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