Series and Subscriptions

The Classical Series

On our 80th season the Classical Series, The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, IBA's flagship, embarks on a pleasure cruise - offering you an in-depth and full-scope artistic experience. This series has everything: classical masterpieces by famous classical composers as well as endearing musical gems; Grand compositions alongside charming surprises.

In addition to our festive Opening Concert, which includes Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Choral Fantasy, we invite you to join us on our visit to Hayden and Mahler's Vienna, Ravel and Debussy's Paris, the Scandinavian Fjords present in the works by Grieg and Sibelius, and our visits to Jerusalem, Prague and Rio de Janeiro. Our cruise also takes us to New York - in a festive concert commemorating Leonard Bernstein's 100 centennial. As a part of our desire to share with you, our wonderful audience, Israel's finest new musical voices - our programme includes new works by our finest local new composers.

Among our guests this season - conductors Yoav Talmi, Laurent Petitgirard, as well as Andres Mustonen and Kolja Blacher (as soloists-conductors), pianists Daniel Gortler, Alon Goldstein, Einav Yarden, Sten Hinoja, Dorel Golan and Michael Zarsekel, Violist Tabea Zimmerman, cellists Tomas Varga, Hillel Zori and others, alongside singers and choirs from around the world.

Join us on a season full of inspiration and beauty on the JSOs' Classical Series.


A Series of 11 ConcertsDiscount PriceFull PriceSingle ticket
Hall1030‬ NIS1290‬ NIS175 NIS
Balcony930‬ NIS1160‬ NIS155 NIS
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Terms of Purchase

  • Last season’s seats will be held for renewing subscribers until June 10th, 2016
  • Seats will not be reserved for subscribers to the Family Concert Series
  • New subscribers will be allocated seats after July 10th, 2016, on a first-come, first-served basis
  • The program of the Highlights Series is fixed and the concerts are non exchangeable
  • Tickets for the Pupils and Young People (up to 30)/Student Subscriptions are subject to availability
  • For further details please contact the box office.
Concerts in this Series
October 18

Festive Opening of The JSO's 80th Season

Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Choral Fantasy for Piano, Choir & Orchestra, and a world première of Open, Closed, Open by Israeli composer Assaf Shatil - in a festive concert at the Sherover Hall
November 15

Rio De Janeiro

Brazilian conductor Ligia Amadio and flutist Noam Buchman perform Brahms' Symphony No. 1, Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4 , and a world première of Aviya Kopleman's Flute Concerto
December 6


Maestro Chaslin and cellist Támas Varga perform works by Elgar, Handel, Vaughn Williams and Bardanashvili
December 27


Maestro Chaslin and renowned Violist Tabea Zimmermann returns to the JSO to perform works by Verdi, Beethoven, Handel, Bruch and Leef
January 10


Maestro Frédéric Chaslin and Einav Yarden perform Mahler's Symphony No. 5, and Haydn's Piano Concerto No. 11
February 7

Leipzig, Hamburg, Budapest

Violinist Kolja Blacher returns to the JSO, to conduct and perform works by Bach, Brahms and Bartók.
February 28

MustonenFest Talinn-Tel Aviv

Conductor Andres Mustonen and guests perform Beethoven's Triple Concerto, Liszt's Magnificat from the Dante symphony, for choir with orchestra , and additional works by Mozart, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Heino Eller for Choir and Orchestra
March 14


A breath-taking concert with French conductor Laurent Petitgirard and soloists
May 23


Conductor Yoav Talmi and piano duo Dorel Golan and Michael Zartsekel perform works by Smetana , Martinů and Dvořák.
July 4

New York - Commemorating Leonard Bernstein’s Centennial

A special concert commemorating Leonard Bernstein’s centennial - with Frédéric Chaslin, Alon Goldstein, Danny Erdman, and Nofar Yacobi, and works by Bernstein, Copland and Guy Mintus.