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Israel Philharmonic
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Israel Philharmonic

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The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1936 by Bronislaw Huberman and its inaugural concert, on 26 December 1936, was conducted by Arturo Toscanini. The IPO plays in subscription series, including a special annotated Youth Concert Series, special concerts, concerts as part of the "Arts for the People" project throughout Israel, and special concerts for IDF soldiers at their outposts.

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Lahav Shani conducts Bruch and Tchaikovsky — With Pinchas Zukerman
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Lahav Shani conducts Daniel Shalit and Berlioz
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Zubin Mehta conducts Elgar and Beethoven — With Pinchas Zukerman
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Lahav Shani conducts Beethoven and Brahms — With Martha Argerich
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The Ninth Symphony by Maurice Béjart, music by Beethoven
The Ninth Symphony by Maurice Béjart, music by Beethoven

With the Béjart Ballet Lausanne and the Tokyo B...

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Conversation with Arthur Rubinstein — Bonus: Rubinstein plays Chopin
Conversation with Arthur Rubinstein — Bonus: Rubinstein plays Chopin

Omnibus – With the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

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Musicians from the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra play Mozart, Schulhoff, and Beethoven
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Back Home in Georgia: Khatia Buniatishvili and Zubin Mehta
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Zubin Mehta conducts Bruch, Ravel, and Brahms — With Pinchas Zukerman and Daniel Barenboim
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Zubin Mehta Rehearses Strauss's Till Eulenspiegel
Zubin Mehta Rehearses Strauss's Till Eulenspiegel

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Coming Home, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's 75th Anniversary
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We Want The Light
We Want The Light

A film by Christopher Nupen

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Perlman in Russia

A documentary on Itzhak Perlman

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Lahav Shani conducts Bartók and Mozart